The title track (and first single) from Lady Gaga's upcoming album [article id="1658317"]Born This Way[/article] is still laying waste to sales records, but the singer is already contemplating the album's second showpiece. On Monday, just before she took the stage at [article id="1658395"]New York's Madison Square Garden[/article], where she was taping an HBO concert special, Gaga tweeted a lyric from [article id="1658332"]"Judas," which she already confirmed[/article] will be the second single from Born This Way.
"I'm just a Holy Fool, oh baby he's so cruel, but I'm still in love with Judas, baby," Gaga wrote on Twitter.
During a conversation with Carson Daly on his radio show last week, Gaga described the song as a much darker entry than "Born This Way."
"It's about always falling in love with the wrong man over and over again," she explained to Daly. " 'Judas' is a very, very dark song. It's rad."
Rolling Stone recently got to hear six tracks from Born This Way, including "Judas." " 'Judas' is a classic Lady Gaga pop banger with three huge hooks, a thumping house music breakdown and a vocal part that borrows a bit of Rihanna's distinctive cadence," wrote Rolling Stone's Matthew Perpetua.
Gaga just kicked off the latest leg of the Monster Ball Tour, which saw her open in Atlantic City before tearing into the first of two Madison Square Garden shows (the second, which will also be taped for the HBO special, is Tuesday night, February 22). There is no release date set for "Judas" yet, but Born This Way is scheduled to be dropped on May 23 and the video for "Born This Way" should be appearing soon — at least according to another Gaga tweet.
"Just finished editing Born This Way video!" she wrote shortly after tweeting the "Judas" lyric. "Announcement Soon!"