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Lady Gaga - The Lie Is True (Inspirational Interview)

Lady Gaga - The Lie Is True (Inspirational Interview)

Lady Gaga talks about how she was a misfit in school, and shares the mantra that helped her get the right mindset to be famous.


I don't believe in any hatred or any warlike behavior. I believe in commitment and love and positivity, so that might be your own opinion, but I'll stay with Gandhi. I'll stay with Gandhi and Martin. You know, I have friends, of course. I think everyone has at least one friend.

But, I was not really understood. I felt out of place. I felt like a misfit. But then, when I left school, I loved that I was a misfit. But, it's kind of like a mantra. You repeat it to yourself everyday. Music is my life. Music is my life. The fame is inside of me. I'm going to make a number-one record and number-one hits, and it's not yet. It's a lie. You're saying a lie over and over and over again, and one day, the lie is true. The lie is true. It's always wrong to hate, but it's never wrong to love.

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