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Lady Gaga Reveals Track Listing for 'Born This Way'

Newly announced songs include 'Highway Unicorn (Road to Love)' and 'Heavy Metal Lover'

May 2, 2011 3:45 PM ET
Lady Gaga Reveals Track Listing for 'Born This Way'

Lady Gaga revealed the back cover art of her forthcoming album, Born This Way, today, which includes the full track listing for the highly anticipated disc. The set includes all of the songs Rolling Stone previewed back in February, her collaboration with the E Street Band's Clarence Clemons, a few cuts mentioned in assorted interviews and a handful of previously unmentioned tunes.

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Of the newly announced song titles, the most enticing is certainly "Highway Unicorn (Road to Love)," the likely inspiration for the album's peculiar cover, in which the singer's body is morphed into a chrome-coated motorcycle. There is also a cut called "Heavy Metal Lover," which, along with the cover art and the hard rock guitars on a few of the tracks we've heard already, indicates that this may be Gaga's rock album.

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Here is the full track listing for Born This Way, in stores May 23rd:

"Marry the Night"
"Born This Way"
"Government Hooker"
"Judas"
"Americano"
"Hair"
"Scheiße"
"Bloody Mary"
"Bad Kids"
"Highway Unicorn (Road to Love)"
"Heavy Metal Lover"
"Electric Chapel"
"You and I"
"The Edge of Glory"

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