Lady Gaga's 'You And I': The 'Little Monsters' Rate Her New Song

'It sounds like old-school Gaga,' one fan says outside Monster Ball Tour kickoff in Montreal.

MONTREAL — Last week, [artist id="3061469"]Lady Gaga[/artist] debuted a brand-new song ("You and I") during her performance at Elton John's White Tie and Tiara Ball. Of course, soon after, footage of the tune hit YouTube, where it quickly became a certified sensation.

In fact, the response was so great, that on Monday, at the kickoff of the North American leg of the Monster Ball Tour in Montreal, Gaga decided — rather spur-of-the-moment-ly — to play the song again, much to the delight of the thousands of "little monsters" in attendance.

And after the show — in between quizzing them about whether Gaga is Team Edward or Team Jacob — we decided to ask those monsters to review "You and I" for us. Not surprisingly, most of them seemed to love it.

"It was so emotional. It brought a tear to my eye," Larissa Saplywyj said. "You could feel her emotion too ... how much it meant to her [to play it]."

"She played the new song, [and] it was amazing. I didn't even know it, and I am a huge Gaga fan," Catherine Dupressoir added. "I'm going to go find it on YouTube when I get home."

Of course, it should be noted that not all of Gaga's fans were as quick to embrace the new song. To some, it was too much of a departure from her electro-pop roots (of course, others were too busy getting engaged to even notice it at all).

"I don't hate it, but I'm expecting even more for the next album," Nicholas Vansorto said. "I'd like to hear more electronic music, not just songs that are like that."

"Well, it's a total different vibe. It's very rock star, Elton John," Danik Renaud said. "[But] any style suits her. ... It was very special, indeed, for her to share something so great with us. I'm very honored to be a part of the premiere. ... It was great being in there with all the people [to hear it]."

Overall, most of the fans in Montreal gave the arena debut of "You and I" a resounding thumbs-up, especially since it harkens back to her early days as a performer in New York's Lower East Side.

"It sounds like old-school Gaga," Liana Carbone said. "It sounds like pre-Fame Gaga, the real Gaga. The New York Gaga."

What do you think of "You and I"? Share your thoughts in the comments!