Lady Gaga is once again giving fans a first listen of her upcoming album, ARTPOP (out Nov. 11) with her latest track, “Venus.”

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The song, which Gaga previewed in Berlin last week, focuses on the Roman goddess of love and her penchant for seashell bikinis, along with Mother Monster’s sudden urge to dance whenever she hears Venus’ name.

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The song–written by Gaga, Paul Blair (DJ White Shadow), Nick Monson, Dino Zisis, and French EDM producer Hugo Leclercq–also talks of space and time, featuring a cosmic shout out to all the planets.

A mention of Uranus, has Gaga getting cheeky with the line, “Don’t you know my a** is famous!”

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