Lady Gaga reveals Florence Welch duet track title
Lady Gaga's duet with Florence Welch is called 'Hey Girl'.
The 30-year-old pop superstar has revealed the title for her collaboration with the 'You've Got the Love' hitmaker and said that the pair "cried" and "laughed" together and had a "real human connection" while recording the song, which will feature on Gaga's hotly-anticipated as-yet untitled fourth album.
On working with the Florence + The Machine frontwoman, Gaga told Elvis Duran on iHeart Radio: "Florence and I, when we work together, we cried, we laughed, we hugged each other ... I don't feel you can write a song with lyrics that you really capture the relationship between two people unless you have a real human connection."
The 'Poker Face' singer also shared some lyrics to the track which appears to be about two friends sticking together.
Gaga sings: "Hey girl, do you feel me? Are you holding out your heart?"
Florence sings: "Hey girl, do you feel me? Sometimes I go too far."
To which Gaga adds: "Hey girl, it ain't easy, I know it's pulling me apart ... Hey girl, don't you leave me ... Hey girl, don't you leave me ... Hey girl, hey girl, we can make it easy if we lift each other ... We don't need to keep on one-upping one another (sic)"
Gaga's forthcoming record also features a song with Beck, Father John Misty, Tame Impala's Kevin Parker and her lead single, 'Perfect Illusion', features guitars by Eagles of Death Metal's Josh Homme.
Meanwhile, the blonde beauty has also teased that the record is coming soon.
Asked when the record will drop, she told Billboard magazine: "Really soon ... it's not very far away."