“Born This Way” is a song by Lady Gaga and Jeppe Laursen wrote. It serves as the title track of her third album by Lady GaGa, Born This Way. The song was BMI, 25 Recorded in January 2011. The song was on 11 Published in February, at 6 clock EST on radio stations all over the world and was made available for sale on iTunes three hours later at 09:00 EST clock. The song was not only the 20-song debut at number one, but it is also the 1,000 th song topped the Billboard Hot 100 to reach the United States. From January 2012, “Lady Gaga Born This Way” is also the most downloaded song in iTunes history.
The song was written while he was in Manchester Gaga, and ended in Liverpool, while on tour with The Monster Ball Tour in 2010. Gaga has debuted a line of the song acapella after receiving his moon-man to the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards for “Video of the Year.” She also tweeted the choir 21st October 2010. After his tweet, Perez Hilton, she replied, “No matter where you came and you were where you are. What matters is that you are on the right track baby! And I am, I am! “But nearly a month later, Hilton said in a posting on his website: “We heard ['Born This Way'], but we can not wait.” Elton John has described the song as a gay anthem, but then added that this is a song for everyone, not just for the gay community.
The words of the song were at different points Gaga seems as if they leaked the same lines sent. These outlets including Pop justice, Billboard, Rolling Stone, Perez Hilton. The Januay 27, 2011, the complete texts Gaga Twitter in reply to his fans, the theme of top trend on Twitter worldwide ‘Born This Way Lyrics’. Lady Gaga told Vogue, “I wrote it in 10 minutes, damn song is a message and completely magical. And after I wrote, only open the doors, and the songs kept coming. It was like an immaculate conception.” Lady Gaga said. “When I started writing, was to be a song of revolution and war of independence and lack of prejudice, and when I started creating images for them, I thought so much about my fans and in many ways, the monster who created the imaginary. “