Lady Gaga – Joanne (Where Do You Think You’re Goin’?) (Piano Version)

Lady Gaga – Joanne (Where Do You Think You’re Goin’?) (Piano Version)


♪ TAKE MY HAND, STAY JOANNE ♪ ♪ HEAVEN’S NOT ♪ ♪ READY FOR YOU ♪ ♪ EVERY PART ♪ ♪ OF MY ACHING HEART ♪ ♪ NEEDS YOU MORE ♪ ♪ THAN THE ANGELS DO ♪ ♪ GIRL ♪ ♪ WHERE DO YOU THINK
YOU’RE GOIN’? ♪ ♪ WHERE DO YOU THINK
YOU’RE GOIN’ ♪ ♪ GOIN’, GIRL? ♪ ♪ GIRL ♪ ♪ WHERE DO YOU THINK
YOU’RE GOIN’? ♪ ♪ WHERE DO YOU THINK
YOU’RE GOIN’ ♪ ♪ GOIN’, GIRL? ♪ ♪♪♪ ♪ IF YOU COULD ♪ ♪ I KNOW THAT YOU’D STAY ♪ ♪ WE BOTH KNOW ♪ ♪ THINGS DON’T WORK
THAT WAY ♪ ♪ I PROMISED I ♪ ♪ WOULDN’T SAY GOODBYE ♪ ♪ SO I GRIN ♪ ♪ AND MY VOICE GETS THIN ♪ ♪ GIRL ♪ ♪ WHERE DO YOU THINK
YOU’RE GOIN’? ♪ ♪ WHERE DO YOU THINK
YOU’RE GOIN’ ♪ ♪ GOIN’, GIRL? ♪ ♪ GIRL ♪ ♪ WHERE DO YOU THINK
YOU’RE GOIN’? ♪ ♪ WHERE DO YOU THINK
YOU’RE GOIN’ ♪ ♪ GOIN’, GIRL? ♪ ♪ HONESTLY, I KNOW WHERE
YOU’RE GOIN’ ♪ ♪ AND BABY, YOU’RE JUST
MOVIN’ ON ♪ ♪ AND I’LL STILL LOVE YOU
EVEN IF I CAN’T ♪ ♪ SEE YOU ANYMORE ♪ ♪ CAN’T WAIT TO SEE
YOU SOAR ♪ ♪♪♪ ♪♪♪ ♪ GIRL ♪ ♪ WHERE DO YOU THINK
YOU’RE GOIN’? ♪ ♪ WHERE DO YOU THINK
YOU’RE GOIN’ ♪ ♪ GOIN’, GIRL? ♪ ♪ GIRL ♪ ♪ WHERE DO YOU THINK
YOU’RE GOIN’? ♪ ♪ WHERE DO YOU THINK
YOU’RE GOIN’ ♪ ♪ GOIN’, GIRL? ♪ ♪ CALL ME JOANNE ♪ ♪ XO, JOANNE ♪ ♪ XO, XO ♪ ♪ JOANNE ♪

100 Replies to “Lady Gaga – Joanne (Where Do You Think You’re Goin’?) (Piano Version)”

  1. En un mundo actual lleno de trap , regueton y pop mainstream plastificado gaga es de las pocas artistas que se atreve a darnos verdadero arte … esta canción refleja tanto sentimiento y honestidad joder muy bien merecido su grammy 👏 < 3

  2. 10 years ago when I was still with my ex.. she thought she had cancer..I balled my eyes out..turns out she has Fibromyalgia..still a painful thing to live with.. knowing that she'll hurt the rest of her life still makes me cry..even though we broke up years ago.. I would do anything to take her pain away..because I still love her

  3. Several songs on born this way were autobiographical in nature and joanne is in every sense the sequel too born this way…we love you Gaga.

  4. my aunt died yesterday and i feel so sad i just remembered joanne and came to listen it so i don't feel alone

  5. My sweet mama passed away 5 months ago and this makes me think of her. She died after a battle with Glioblastoma brain cancer. It breaks my heart.

  6. Last December, I lost my aunt (my mother's cousin) she is my best friend and she is the greatest supporter I've ever seen. Nowadays, I think about her so much. She was 33 and I was 18 when she passed away. We have the same blood. She is very young. She had heart attack and passed away in front of her children. May Allah gave her a mansion in heaven. R. I. P. #imissyouaunt

  7. My grandmother who raised me as here daughter. She was my mother. Her name was Joanne. She passed away in 2007 battling depression. She left two months before I graduated high school. I was then alone…

  8. I have thought her voice is strong and her performances are so strong and iconic,, but this song gives me opportunities to know that her voice is actually very beautiful and angelic as well.

  9. Joanne was Gaga's aunt, who was just 19 when she died of lupus in 1974, before the singer was born. She explained to People magazine why she titled her fifth studio album after her father's late sister. "I always wanted to be a good girl," she said. "And Joanne was such a good girl. "But I have such a rebellious spirit, and my father was always very angry. He drank because of his sister's death. I was trying to understand him through making this record, and in that, also trying to understand why I love men that are cowboys."

    "I'm figuring out all of those relationships in my life through the music, and going very deeply into it. But in a totally beautiful way," Gaga added. "It's not a sad album. It's an album that is very revealing of me as a woman."

    Gaga told The Sunday Times about the background of this acoustic ballad. "My whole life, I never understood why my father was so sad, drank so much or was wild. I thought it was my fault, and it was painful for the family. I'd witness year after year that feeling of loss within my father and grandparents. There's something so powerful and deep to lose a child."

    Joanne is Gaga's middle name too, and as she was named after her late aunt, the singer has used her as a muse throughout her career. She explained to the New York Times how the death of her father's sister informed the musical direction of the album.

    "This album, it doesn't lean necessarily in a particular direction, which is why the album title is Joanne. This is my middle name. This is the middle and the center of me and Joanne, my father's sister who died when she was 19. That was the year that I decided I really was gonna go for it."

    "I used to leave my apartment and I just had my white boots on and my little shorts and a T-shirt and I would just walk down the street on the Lower East Side totally free," Gaga continued. "And I had the whole world – the whole unknown of music – and where it could take me ahead of me. And this song ['Joanne'] in a lot of ways I realized even today is me looking back on Joanne and saying 'Where do you think you're going?' You know, I had no idea where I was going."

    This features singer-songwriter Harper Simon (son of Paul Simon) on guitar.

    When Gaga performed the song during her show at The Satellite in Los Angeles on October 27, 2016 she told the audience how it has helped her father to finally come to terms with the loss of his sister after all these years.

    "When we made this song we just thought it was a beautiful song and an honest song, but after this record came out and everybody heard this music and came to my father's restaurant in New York, Joanne (Trattoria), to celebrate, I saw a look in my dad's eyes that I've never seen in my whole life, because when my dad was really young he lost his sister, Joanne," she explained.

    "Sometimes I used to wonder if I ever got to meet my real dad, you know, because sometimes things happen in your life that are so bad that you die, or a part of you dies, and after this record came out, I swear that part of my dad came back to life," Gaga added. "I hope that when you hear it when you're with your families and you think of the loss that you've had or the pending loss… I hope this song can heal you like it healed my family."

    Lady Gaga dropped a stripped-back piano version of the tune on January 26, 2018. The singer donated all proceeds from the single release to the Lupus Research Alliance in honor of her late aunt.

    Accompanied by Mark Ronson, Gaga performed this in the first segment of the Grammy Awards in 2018, introducing the song with a dedication to Joanne. She went with an angel theme; her grand piano was covered with wings. The following year, the song won a Grammy: Best Pop Solo Performance.

  10. Thank you Lady Gaga for this. I had the coolest Grandma Arlene, and I miss her dearly. She loved the gays, and maybe that’s why she followed Lady Gaga haha. She was 88 but thought you were an amazing talent, and because of this I always think of her when I hear this song. She’s just movin on…

  11. Good gracious Lady Gaga is ugly as all hell. And singing about an aunt that she never knew simply for pity. There is no topic that she will not exploit. She chose a group of insecure people as fans and took advantage of them. That makes her a PREDATOR.. She is a great manipulator and very cold and calculating, I will give her that. She comes across as very sociopathic if you pay attention and observe how she lies and stories are always changing with her. She has done this since Fusari and Starland created the Gaga character for her. When she is called out she manipulates with lies and tears.

  12. I didn't like this artist early in her career with this kiddy pop Pokerface music but I love this Joanne album. Her newer material is more geared for an adult audience since she is doing music with real world lyrical content with real instruments and real singing. Her older hits to me is too kiddy pop that was geared towards the teen and preteen people. But I heard some of her music before she became a famous artist and it was like this Joanne album with her music back then plus she used her real name, Stefani Germanotta. The funny thing is she played this kiddy pop stuff early in her pop career and plays music geared towards adults and this Taylor Swift goes in the opposite direction with a semi kiddy sound as a country pop artist to this ultra kiddy pop that preteens can relate to more than teenagers. But in the pop world kids buy and listen to this music much more than adults and because of this Taylor Swift's kiddy pop music sells more than Lady Gaga's adult geared pop music. Kids always almost 100% of the time listen to pop only with the pop being electro dance or rap and hip hop. Adults are into a lot of genres like pop, rock, metal, blues , country, jazz, classical, bluegrass, reggae, and a mix of a lot of these genres together.

  13. I love and miss you Mommy I love you so much 😭😭😭😭😭😢😢😢❤️🧡💛💛💚💙🖤. Know I'm in school it's even harder.

  14. first song with my name it that I love! beautiful Video, amazing lyrics, Love, healing and blessings from me Joanne to you Lady Gaga

  15. I miss my best friend who died at age of 17, only four days before her 18th Birthday. She was bringing so much peace and light into my life with her endless optimism. She was born without a leg but she would never complain about it. She would even make fun of it from time to time. She was a real fighter. True hero. Angel sent from heaven to teach me lessons. She didn’t grow up in a rich family so they couldn’t afford to pay her a professional hairdresser to make her hair a little bit nicer. So I thought – I’m going to give her a haircut at this hairdresser’s that my mom was visiting. It was a surprise. She always asked me: So what is this surprise going to be? And I was like: You’ll see but you’re going to love it. She didn’t long enough to get there. I mean, it’s silly but I never really got over the fact she died right before the surprise. I miss her so much and whenever this song is playing, I think of her. What’s beautiful about this song is that it doesn’t make me feel so sad or cry, it’s bringing peace to me because I know she’s somewhere else now. I love this song and I love my dear friend forever.

  16. Whoever left dislikes they NEED TO STOP LADY GAGA IS A LEGEND AND THIS IS AN AMAZING SONG IT MADE Me CRY SHES A LEGEND SO STAHHHPPPPP

  17. My great grandma died a few days ago. I listened to this while driving home. Its really powerful. I'm so sad she's gone, and this song helps me get through it.

  18. death is beautiful, empathy is taught, live this life to the fullest, the future is crazy, ur next life will be better…..trust me

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