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We've rounded up the results of the Capital listeners' top ten Lady Gaga tracks as voted for by you on Facebook and Twitter.
10. The song is the latest release from Gaga and the fifth to be taken from her second studio album 'Born This Way'. The music video is the singer's longest at an epic 14 minutes and inspired by her love of New York City.
9. The song was written with her father in ten minutes on the piano doing tequila shots shortly before the passing of her grandfather. The lyrics depict someone living the final moments of life and also features saxophone work from the late Bruce Spingsteen E Street Band member Clarence Clemons.
8. The song was the final release from Gaga's debut album 'The Fame' and is based on the struggles and desire for fame with powerful lyrics and a strong music video to boot.
7. 'Just Dance' was the song which Gaga burst onto the music scene with back in 2008. The song was written with Akon and producer RedOne and the singer has since confessed she wrote the track in ten minutes during her first time in a Hollywood recording studio. The song features the lyrics: "Wish I could shut my Playboy mouth."
6. One of Gaga's earliest releases from her 'The Fame' album, the song was written as a tribute to her rock 'n' roll boyfriends and has strong sexual references within. The track is one of the singer's most successful to date hitting the number one spot on 20 countries and is one of the most downloaded songs of all time.
5. The singer premiered her heavily religious track 'Judas' in 2011 as the second single from her album 'Born This Way'. The music video caused uproar within the Catholic community for Gaga's portrayal as Mary Magdalene and saw the disciples of Jesus depicted as a motorcycle gang. The track was hugely popular worldwide and hit the top ten spot in over 20 different countries.
4. The single was the fourth to be lifted from the star's second studio album 'Born This Way' and features guitar work from Queen's Brian May. The music video also saw Gaga dress as her alter-ego Jo Calderone and features the lyrics: "It's Been a long time since I came around. Been a long time but I'm back in town. This time I'm not leaving without you".
3. Gaga teamed up with Beyonce to create the ultimate pop female collaboration back in 2010 and created a stir for a controversial music video which featured bad language, violence and strong sexual references throughout. The song was also performed in tribute to fashion designer Alexander McQueen at the BRIT Awards 2010 at Earls Court in London.
2. The music video for 'Bad Romance' is almost as famous as the track itself with an elaborate dance routine, striking costumes and powerful imagery throughout. The track is recognisable for its unique introduction and has gone on to achieve 4x platinum status in the US.
1. The lead single from the album of the same name was unveiled in early 2011 and went on to become the 1000th single to top the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. The track is inspired from the eccentric singer's love for empowering music and the gay community and has been described by herself as her "freedom" song with such lyrics as "I'm beautiful in my way, 'cause God makes no mistakes; I'm on the right track, baby, I was born this way."