Directed and narrated by Lady Gaga herself and clocking in at nearly two minutes, the star has released a preview for her new music video that pays homage to high school feminist literature like The Bell Jar and Girl, Interrupted.
"Marry the Night: The Prelude Pathetique" begins with a voiceover, saying:
"When I look back on my life, it's not that I don't want to see things exactly as they happened, it's just that I prefer to remember them in an artistic way."
"And, truthfully, the lie of it all is much more honest because I invented it," Lady Gaga continues, a close-up of her face filling the screen. Deep stuff right here:
"Clinical psychology tells us arguably that trauma is the ultimate killer. Memories are not recycled like atoms and particles in quantum physics - they can all be lost forever," continues the 25-year-old modern-day chanteuse philosopher.
"It's sort of like my past is an unfinished painting, and as the artist of that painting, I must now fill in all the ugly holes and make it beautiful again."
With her relentless pursuit of artistic expression, it's safe to say that Lady Gaga fills in any ugly holes on THG and makes it beautiful every day.