Lady Gaga Unveils Hurricane Sandy Song "NO FLOODS": Listen Here!
In the wake of the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy, Lady Gaga is hoping to cheer up the east coast with one of her never-before released tunes.
On Saturday (November 3), the Mother Monster took to her Twitter page to share a track titled, “No Floods,” that she wrote when she was younger, writing, “i wrote this song when i was 16. so weird to hear it now because of hurricane. "NO FLOODS" hope this will cheer u up.”
In the track, Gaga, a born and raised New Yorker, included an inspiring message as the lyrics read, “No matter lightning or thunder, / buckets of rainwater / you can’t flood this town / in a world unknown / you’ve gotta hold your own /and you can’t stop me /you’re never ever ever gonna stop me now.”
Aside from the music, the “Bad Romance” songstress seems eager to get back to her hometown and lend a helping hand as she tweeted, “east coast how are you holding up? How are you New York? Staying strong i hope, thinking of you all the time. Can't even watch news feed,” later adding, “i'll be there as soon as i can to help my old neighborhood. I'm on tour + can't let my fans down. I want to help with my hands with all of u.”
To listen to the entire “No Floods” track check out the player below.
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