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Lady Gaga is giving fans more to love!

In anticipation of the release of her new album Joanne, Lady Gaga has released two songs: "Perfect Illusion" and now "Million Reasons." The songstress performed "Million Reasons" live for the first time in Nashville as part of the Bud Light x Lady Gaga Dive Bar tour, and it was also streamed live on Bud Light's Facebook page.

Two other dive bar tours in undisclosed locations are set for Oct. 20 and 27 and will also be live-streamed on Facebook.

Lady Gaga previously opened up to E! News about Joanne and "Perfect Illusion," telling us that the connection between her confessional lyrics and ex-fiancé Taylor Kinney was inevitable. 

"I would just say that my music on my album as well as all my albums is inspired by my personal life and this one more than others," she told E! News when asked about the song's meaning. "I have said it before—I love Taylor so much and he's my best friend."

And based on the preview of "Million Reasons" released earlier today, we're sure there will definitely be fans questioning whether this song is also about her former love. "You're giving me a million reasons to let you go / You're giving me a million reasons to quit the show / You're giving me a million reasons," she sings.

Co-written by popular Nashville songwriter Hillary Lindsey ("Girl Crush"), "Million Reasons" will be anything but typical. Lady Gaga described it to Yahoo Music as "a country song mixed with funk and rock 'n' roll. You would never imagine it would sound that way...the feeling underneath the record is it's almost got like a little bit of a hip-hop feeling. But at the same time, it's not a hip-hop song."

She continued, "It's kind of like I just had no boundaries making music—and neither do any of the other people we were working with. It was kind of like what feels right, what hits the best, what's going to get everybody in their stomach and their heart."

Listen to the song in full and let us know what you think about it. Joanne will be released Oct. 21.