LADY GAGA shared an original song called “No Floods” in the wake of Hurricane Sandy that devastated the entire East Coast last week.

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Lady Gaga recently published a song she wrote as a teenager after realizing that its lyrics was eerily fitting for the recent hurricane tragedy in the East Coast, which included her hometown, New York.

Aptly called “No Floods,” the outlandish pop star revealed that she only leaked it in hopes of cheering up the non-celebrity and celebrity victims of wild Hurricane Sandy.

Mother Monster introduced the track on her Facebook page by writing:

“east coast how are you holding up? How are you New York? Staying strong i hope, thinking of you all the time. Can’t even watch news feed.”

She continued:

“i wrote this song when i was 16. so weird to hear it now because of hurricane. ‘NO FLOODS’ hope this will cheer u up.”

Ever the altruist, Gaga added:

“i’ll be there as soon as i can to help my old neighborhood. I’m on tour + can’t let my fans down. I want to help with my hands with all of u.”

Aww!

By the way, the lyrics read:

“No matter lightning or thunder , buckets of rainwater
you can’t flood this town / in a world unknown
you’ve gotta hold your own / and you can’t stop me
you’re never ever ever gonna stop me now.”

Listen to the whole song below:

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