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Lady Gaga Debuts 'Princess Die' Live in Australia

'This song is a little bit sad,' says the singer

June 27, 2012 11:55 AM ET

Last night in Melbourne, Australia Lady Gaga debuted a new song live for the crowd on her Born This Way Ball tour. Entitled "Princess Die," Gaga isn't sure if the ballad will appear on her next album and said the track doesn't reflect the overall vibe of her upcoming work.

"This song is a little bit sad. And it's in no way reflective of the rest of music on the album, but it's about some of the most deep and personal thoughts I've ever had," she tells the crowd.

Gaga has already completed her upcoming album and will reveal the title in September. She is currently on the Australian leg of her world tour through July 8th and will begin touring Europe on August 14th.

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