Here's The Dark Truth Behind Lady Gaga's Song '1000 Doves'

"I was so mad that my friends wanted me to make a happy song out of the saddest sh*t I ever went through in my whole life..."

Credit: Lady Gaga/Instagram

While on a world tour for her latest album, "Chromatica," Lady Gaga surprised fans in Toronto with the "original version" of one of its popular tracks.

Although "1000 Doves" has become a hit due to its upbeat tone and catchy chorus, the singer revealed on August 6 she originally had different ideas for it.

Scroll down to watch her performance!


As Lady Gaga revealed to the audience, the song was never meant to be a pop hit, but to be a sad, piano-driven song instead.

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"When I wrote this song, I wrote it at the piano," she explained, as shown in a video shared by a fan on TikTok. "And my friends were all trying to convince me to make it into a dance record, so I did."

Lady Gaga added, "I made it into a dance record on the album but I never wanted it to be a dance record because it was f***ing sad, and I was sad. And I was so mad that my friends wanted me to make a happy song out of the saddest sh*t I ever went through in my whole life, so for anybody that's here tonight, that was ever hurting so bad, this ones for you."

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The pop star then performed the original version of "1000 Doves." In another video shared on TikTok, fans can be seen crying as she hit the final note of the song.

Watch the videos of her performance below:
@chaiibby Must protect this woman at all cost #fyp #toronto #chromaticaball #ladygaga @ladygaga ♬ original sound - Saleem

@chaiibby Replying to @chaiibby ♬ original sound - Saleem


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