The track list for Lady Gaga's new album Joanne is here

Lady Gaga is introducing Joanne to the world.

The pop star has posted the track list for her forthcoming album online and we are already so excited.

View this post on Instagram

LADY GAGA / #JOANNE / OCT 21 STANDARD TRACKLIST

A post shared by Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) on

In addition to the title track and the recently released single Perfect Illusion, the 11-song Joanne features tunes with such titles as John Wayne and Sinner’s Prayer.

The image of the album’s blue-and-white art also revealed that a song called Hey Girl is a collaboration with singer Florence Welch.

View this post on Instagram

LADY GAGA / #JOANNE / OCT 21 CD LABEL

A post shared by Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) on

The name Joanne is both a middle name of Lady Gaga, whose real name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, and the first name of her deceased aunt.

The deluxe edition of Joanne includes three additional songs: Grigio Girls, Just Another Day and Angel Down (Work Tape).

View this post on Instagram

LADY GAGA / #JOANNE / OCT 21 DELUXE TRACKLIST

A post shared by Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) on

Here is the complete list:

1. Diamond Heart

2. A-Yo

3. Joanne

4. John Wayne

5. Dancin’ In Circles

6. Perfect Illusion

7. Million Reasons

8. Sinner’s Prayer

9. Come To Mama

10. Hey Girl

11. Angel Down

More in this Section

Martin Scorsese says The Irishman’s de-ageing tech is ‘evolution of make-up’Martin Scorsese says The Irishman’s de-ageing tech is ‘evolution of make-up’

Andrea Corr tells of ‘suffering in silence’ after miscarriagesAndrea Corr tells of ‘suffering in silence’ after miscarriages

Children help Alec Baldwin and wife reveal gender of fifth babyChildren help Alec Baldwin and wife reveal gender of fifth baby

EastEnders star Dean Gaffney axed from WalfordEastEnders star Dean Gaffney axed from Walford


Lifestyle

Halloween has really upped the ante in recent years here, hasn’t it?We have moved on considerably since the days of a bin liner fashioned with holes for arms and necks

Sandhoppers for breakfast? It’s just not cricketCrickets for lunch anyone? Time - is running out - to get over our western food prejudices

Why did the Neanderthals go extinct?, asks Richard CollinsDid ear and chest infections wipe out our neanderthal ancestors?

Corkbeg Island near the mouth of Cork Harbour is today an industrial location with Ireland’s only oil refinery whose silver cylinders dominate the low-lying island like giant mugs, writes Dan McCarthy. Islands of Ireland: 'Tanks' for the memories Corkbeg

More From The Irish Examiner