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Lady Gaga Drops ‘A Star Is Born’ Single ‘Shallow’ (Watch)

We’re far from the shallow now.

You know that song that’s been stuck in your head; the one that Lady Gaga belts out when Bradley Cooper brings her up on stage in the trailer for the upcoming musical drama “A Star Is Born?” It’s called “Shallow” and it just dropped.

Gaga premiered the earworm on Apple Music’s Beats 1 radio on Thursday, in addition to releasing a much-anticipated video.

Most of the music on the soundtrack is original, written in part by Cooper and Gaga, who duet in “Shallow.” Cooper, who also directed the film, famously insisted that the music in the drama be recorded live. Gaga wrote “Shallow” with Mark Ronson, Andrew Wyatt, and Anthony Rossomando, and co-produced it with Benjamin Rice. It’s already drawing Oscar buzz.

Warner Bros. previewed the full track listing for the soundtrack in late August leading up to the movie’s grand Venice Film Festival debut.

A Star Is Born’s” soundtrack will be released on Oct. 5 — the day the film hits theaters.

Here’s the full tracklist:

1. “Intro”
2. “Black Eyes” – Performed by Bradley Cooper.
3. “Somewhere Over The Rainbow”
4. “Fabulous French”
5. “La Vie En Rose” – Performed by Lady Gaga.
6. “I’ll Wait For You”
7. “Maybe It’s Time” – Performed by Bradley Cooper.
8. “Parking Lot”
9. Out of Time – Performed by Bradley Cooper.
10. “Alibi” – Performed by Bradley Cooper.
11. “Trust Me”
12. “Shallow” – Performed by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper
13. “First Stop, Arizona”
14. “Music To My Eyes” – Performed by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper.
15. “Diggin’ My Grave” – Performed by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper.
16. “I Love You”
17. “Always Remember Us This Way” – Performed by Lady Gaga.
18. “Unbelievable”
19. “How Do You Hear It?”
20. “Look What I Found” – Performed by Lady Gaga.
21. “Memphis”
22. “Heal Me” – Performed by Lady Gaga.
23. “I Don’t Know What Love Is” – Performed by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper.
24. “Vows”
25. “Is That Alright?” – Performed by Lady Gaga.
27. “Why Did You Do That?” – Performed by Lady Gaga.
28. “Hair Body Face” – Performed by Lady Gaga.
29. “Scene 98”
30. “Before I Cry” – Performed by Lady Gaga.
31. “Too Far Gone” – Performed by Bradley Cooper.
32. “Twelve Notes”
33. “I’ll Never Love Again (Film Version)” – Performed by Lady Gaga.
34. “I’ll Never Love Again (Extended Version)” – Performed by Lady Gaga.

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