Wearing a fake mustache, the New York pop star performs the new song while playing a piano onstage.
Lady GaGa hosted a listening party to promote her forthcoming album, "ARTPOP". During the event, which was held at Berlin's the club Berghain on Tuesday, October 24, the Mother Monster treated her Little Monsters with a never-heard-before track called "Gypsy".
Donning an artificial mustache, GaGa performed the ballad while playing a piano on the stage. "I wrote this song when I was traveling around the world," she told the audience before performing the tune. "They say that a gypsy doesn't have a home but I have a home with you always."
"I don"t wanna be alone forever/ But I can be tonight/ I don't wanna be alone forever/ But I love a gypsy life," she sang. "I don't wanna be alone forever/ Maybe we could see the world together/ I don't wanna be alone forever/ But I can be, I can be tonight."
Despite being played acoustically, the studio version of the song is said to be a house anthem. The song is produced by Madeon and written by RedOne.
GaGa is set to release her third studio album, "ARTPOP", on November 11. She recently dropped her collaboration with R. Kelly, "Do What U Want", as the second single.