Lady Gaga has offered her Little Monsters a most unusual Christmas gift: a boozy, crass and carefree ditty titled "Stuck on Fuckin' You." As promised, the pop star issued the unreleased track off her best-selling album "Born This Way" as the clock struck midnight EST on Sunday (Dec. 25).
Over a simple acoustic riff and stomping percussion from a drum machine, Gaga delivers a snarling ode to complicated romance that's reminiscent of "Guyville"-era Liz Phair: "Got all night, no cameras/We got no champagne, but we got drugs," she sings. The last 90 seconds of the song allows the singer to toss off some improvised come-ons and shout out her tour mates before she concludes, "Okay, just stop it, I could go on forever," with a laugh.
On Wednesday night, Gaga revealed her plans to release the song, telling her fans that the track was "recorded live, in one take, on the tour bus. Uncensored." At the end of the track, she sings, "We're in Minnesota, and... it's a sold-out show again"; on Saturday she posted on Twitter, "So to give you a little background to the creation of this song. I wrote it in Minnesota after the Monster Ball on the tour bus." Gaga most recently performed in Minnesota at St. Paul's Xcel Energy Center in August 2010.
"Stuck on Fuckin' You" follows last month's release of "Born This Way: The Remix," which featured re-imaginings from her latest Billboard 200 chart-topper from Foster The People, The Weeknd and The Horrors, among others. Gaga is scheduled to return to her native New York to ring in 2012 by performing on "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve."