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[was a 'buzz' single on Itunes, but will now receive an official single release after high sales - it reached #6 in the UK]

Rolling Stone magazine call this a "massive power ballad", and it is hauntingly beautiful lyrically. Lady GaGa says that she wrote it after the death of her grandad; she said he'd been on the edge of life and knew what had to happen next [I do kinda think of it as a sex song though].

I'm not sure how to describe this track musically; it's not quite pop, not quite dance and it has a saxophone solo. I think it's most reminiscent of trance/pop type artists/groups which were popular in the mid nineties, such as Grace, Strike and N-Trance.
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on 14 May 2013
Not really a fan of Lady Gaga but heard this song, oddly enough when it was performed by a contestant on the first series The Voice UK, and I really liked it. There's just something about the vocals which I really like.
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on 19 February 2013
this is a great track especially if you like lady gaga,i would recommend it to everyone,its one of her best
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on 17 October 2014
another great number from the lady
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on 18 April 2015
Just love Gaga.
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on 1 May 2013
Pure turnips. Imagine a massive pile of moldy sticking useless turnips with nothing good to offer anyone other than to stink of unimaginable putridness. Then there's this person. When you compare the two the stinky turnips look like a God of all that is good in the universe.
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on 9 October 2014
Excellent
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on 10 September 2011
In which Ms Germanotta proves that she has finally run out of ideas. After the joyous Poker Face, Bad Romance and Paparazzi we are left with this stolid and unimaginative 80s derivative which clearly relies on the youngest of her audience not having previously heard the drab music that 'inspired' this drab effort
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