Lady Gaga Goes Country—One Time, Anyway

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Just a week or so ago, Lady Gaga released via Twitter a version of "Born This Way" that has some harmonica and guitar on it.

And now, "Born This Way (Country Road Version)" has officially been released, as of today (April 5), according to vh1.

We doubt country radio is going to embrace the track, but it could be a smash with the gay community. Turns out Lady Gaga will donate some of the profits from the song to the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN).

In addition to harmonica and mandolin, Gaga put some "country" lyrics into the song: If I wanna make it country, baby, it's OK /  'Cause I was born, I was born, I was born this way / From London, Paris, Japan back to USA / I was born on the road, I was born to be brave.

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