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Lady Gaga: Yoü and I Meaning

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Its been a long time since I came around
Been a long time but im back in town
And this time im not leaving without you
You taste like whiskey when you kiss me Oh
I'd give anything again to be your babydoll
This time im not leaving without...

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    anonymous
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    Jun 20th, 2012 6:05am report


    Shes torn between two loves, both luc carl and taylour kinney, and she returns home where she feels safe and misses, because of the fame she has now. She is secretly a mermaid, and the guy trying to change her cannot have sex with her and wants her to be normal like everyone else, but she is not truely loved for who she is, it doesnt matter what she is. In the end her alter ego, jo is the one she belongs with and who truely loves her, which may represent her job and us little monsters because that is why jo calderone was born and created, more representations and for her love of her job and the fame. (paws up)



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    anonymous
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    Dec 29th, 2011 12:15pm report


    It's about coming home (To Michigan! Yay!) and seeing her old boyfriend. And this time she's going to keep him.




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