Released on Monday (October 21) after being teased in a commercial last week, the funky dance song has the two singers taking on critics with lines like, "You can't have my heart/ And you won't use my mind but/ Do what you want with my body."
Of course, Kells does add some mischievous lyrics to the track, including, "Do what I want with your body/ Back of the club, taking shots, getting naughty/ No invitations, it's a private party."
In the lead-up to the release, the Mother Monster used some of the lyrics of the song to take down some of the biggest pieces of gossip that have surfaced over the course of her career. That gossip includes tidbits about her [article id="1694667"]gaining weight in 2012[/article], being a hermaphrodite and being a drug addict.
In addition to those subjects, Gaga also used the opportunity to take on any critics who may have tried to pit her against Katy Perry when they both dropped their singles [article id="1712188"]"Applause" and "Roar"[/article] on the same day over the summer. And, she also referred to any perceived [article id="1677260"]feud she might have with Madonna[/article], referencing a January 2012 interview Madge gave ABC News in which she discussed "Born This Way" and its similarities to her own music.