Lady Gaga - Marry The Night (Official Audio)
"Marry the Night" is a dance-pop and synthpop song with electro rock and house influences. The song starts out with electronic church bells and Gaga softly singing "I'm gonna marry the night/I won't give up on my life/I'm a warrior queen/Live passionately tonight." Soon the beat changes into a dance one, accompanied with techno beats, handclaps and funk music, and moves to the chorus, where Gaga stutters the line "Ma-ma-ma-marry/Ma-ma-ma-marry/Ma-ma-ma-marry the night". It was compared by Tim Jonze from The Guardian to the Eurodance song, "It's My Life" by Dr Alban, while Nicola James from MTV compared the chorus with Jennifer Lopez's 1999 single "Waiting for Tonight". In a pre-release review of certain album tracks, Peter Robinson from the NME blog wrote that Gaga channels "Whitney Houston-esque pop euphoria" into the song, notably that from the singer's musical peak.
Lady Gaga - Marry The Night (Official Audio)
"Marry the Night" was planned to be the lead single from Born This Way, but was cancelled in favor of the title track. "Marry the Night" was then supposed to be the third single, but was cancelled yet again, this time in favor of "The Edge of Glory". Gaga first premiered "Marry the Night" on the HBO Monster Ball Special, which aired on May 7, 2011. While backstage, she sang a cappella: "I'm gonna marry the night/ I won't give up on my life/ I'm a warrior queen/ Live passionately tonight." During the promotional appearances for Born This Way, Gaga released "Marry the Night" to the online game FarmVille on May 17, 2011. The song was released on Gagaville, a subdivision of Farmville that Gaga helped design with game promotion company Zynga. Four months since the release of Born This Way, "Marry the Night" was confirmed as the fifth single from the album by Gaga herself. In September 2011, Interscope Records, Gaga's label, stated that while "Marry the Night" is sure to be released as the fifth single internationally, they were undecided which song would serve in its place in the US. Gaga confirmed the single's UK release for November 21, 2011, which included remixes. The date was pushed back to December 11, 2011, however. Gaga's label later decided to release "Marry the Night" in the United States as well; it was added to the playlists of rhythmic and mainstream music radio on November 15, 2011.
The video later shifts to a night scene on a building rooftop, where half of Gaga's body is inside a Pontiac Firebird, while her legs protrude from the window and onto the roof of the car. She has blonde hair and wears a black plastic leather outfit. She gets her full body into the car, kissing a "Marry the Night" tape and inserting it into the audio player. The song begins playing as Gaga smokes on the driver's seat. As the chorus begins, vehicles in the background explode aflame and Gaga exits the car and dances. In a new dance studio setting as the second verse begins, Gaga enters with her dancers, and warms up to do an intricate choreography during the chorus with her team. During the bridge, she and her dance team take a break and warm up to perform another choreography. The rooftop car parking scene and a bath scene intersperse. Gaga and her dancers repeat the choreography during the final chorus, as one dancer falls and is helped up by Gaga. During the breakdown, Gaga and her team dance on a street while interspersing scenes show her causing chaos, including falling down the stairs, attempting to get into a car with a ridiculously oversized hat and pouring water over herself with a marble plant pot in the bath. She enters a car and reveals "Interscope Records; Hollywood, CA; 4 p.m." written on her palm. The last scene shows Gaga in couture and surrounded by flames. The video ends with Gaga suddenly vanishing.
In the lyrics of the song, Ginger, one of Lüc Carl's cars is mentioned.Gaga stated that the music of the song was created when she told Fernando Garibay that she is married to New York. As soon as Fernando laid the beat for the song, Gaga started singing the verses; she hadn't yet written the chorus of the song, but then as the music played as she left the studio, the chorus of the song just came to her. When answering fans' questions on Twitter, Gaga revealed that the lyrics to "Marry the Night" came to her the quickest.Lady Gaga first heard the church-bell-filled sounds that Garibay had concocted for this tune while on the road for the Monster Ball Tour. She recalled in the MTV documentary Lady Gaga: Inside the Outside: "He goes, 'Your show is a religion and your fans are a cult. It's this epic music. It's just so big.'. And I started to cry. He said, 'What's wrong?' And I said, 'I can't believe that you hear me so big.' " Gaga sat down, and lyrics immediately started pouring out: "I'm gonna marry the night/ I won't give up on my life," she wrote.
Lady Gaga first premiered "Marry the Night" on the HBO Monster Ball Special, which aired on May 7th, 2011. While preparing to take the stage, she sang a cappella: "I'm gonna marry the night/ I won't give up on my life/ I'm a warrior queen/ Live passionately tonight."
The video shifts to a night scene on a building rooftop, where half of Gaga's body is inside a Trans-Am car, while her legs protrude from the window. She still has blonde hair at this point and wears a black silicone leather outfit. Gaga manages to get her full body into the car; she kisses and then inserts a "Marry the Night" 8-track tape into the audio player. The song begins playing as she lip syncs and smokes a cigarette on the driver's seat. As the chorus begins, cars in the background set ablaze and explode. She gets out of the Trans-Am and begins to dance. She walks away as the second verse begins.
I'm gonna marry, marryI'm gonna marry, marryC'mon, c'monThe night, the night, the night, the nightThe night, the night, the night, the nightThe night, the night, the night, the nightThe night, the night, the night, the nightThe night
Marry the Night è un brano dance-pop ed elettropop con influssi di house e pop rock. Il brano dirompe con lo scoccare elettronico delle campane di una chiesa su cui Gaga pronuncia lentamente: "I'm gonna marry the night/I won't give up on my life/I'm a warrior queen/Live passionately tonight." Presto, dopo alcuni secondi, il ritmo esplode in una musica dance, accompagnata da battiti techno, applausi, e spiana la strada al ritornello, in cui Gaga denuncia il proprio amore per la notte. È stato paragonato da Tim Jonze dal The Guardian al brano Eurodance, It's My Life di Dr. Alban, mentre Nicola James da MTV ha paragonato il ritornello a quello del singolo di Jennifer Lopez, Waiting for Tonight del 1999.
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