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5 November 2012, 11:03
The 'You & I' singer promises to return to New York as soon as her tour schedule allows.
Lady Gaga has shared an old song with fans as a tribute to those affected by Hurricane Sandy on the east coast of the US.
The 'Marry The Night' star, herself from New York, posted a link to a song called No Floods' in the hopes that it would "cheer" up those recovering from the devastating 'Franken-storm' that hit the east coast last week.
"I wrote this song when I was 16," Gaga tweeted. "So weird to hear it now because of hurricane. 'NO FLOODS' hope this will cheer u up.
"East coast how are you holding up? How are you New York?" Gaga also posted. "Staying strong I hope, thinking of you all the time. Can't even watch news feed."
The 'Just Dance' singer, who is currently taking her 'Born This Way Ball' world tour across South America, promised fans she plans to get back to New York as soon as her schedule allows.
"I'll be there as soon as I can to help my old neighbourhood," Gaga promised. "I'm on tour + can't let my fans down. I want to help with my hands with all of u."
Lady Gaga launched her Fame fragrance at Harrods in London last month, as seen below:
Last week Gaga hinted that her third studio album 'ARTPOP' could be released in two volumes over the course of 2013, while her producer RedOne has promised that the two aim to "make history" with the record.
Listen to Lady Gaga's newly unveiled song 'No Floods' below: