The Cure

Album: Single release only (2017)
Charted: 19 39
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  • This feel-good anthem finds Lady Gaga singing about a full and unconditional love for a romantic partner:

    If I can't find the cure, I'll
    I'll fix you with my love
    No matter what you know, I'll
    I'll fix you with my love

    Gaga is willing to give her all to ease her lover's pain.
  • Gaga debuted the song during the middle of her Coachella set on April 15, 2017. Right before her performance, she explained the premise of the song to the crowd:

    "I love you guys so much. I have been through so much in my life and I've seen so much. And you cure me every time with your love."
  • The song was produced by the production duo Detroit City. One half of Detroit City is DJ White Shadow, who was the main producer on Gaga's 2013 album, ARTPOP. He also collaborated with the New York singer on some of the songs from her 2011 LP Born This Way including the title track.
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