Father John Misty co-wrote the track on Gaga's new album 'Joanne'

Father John Misty has shared his demo of ‘Come To Mama’, the song he co-wrote on Lady Gaga’s new album.

The song, co-written by Father John Misty, Gaga and Emile Haynie, is track 10 on Gaga’s ‘Joanne’ LP, which dropped today (October 21).

“Congagarats on your release day gagaga and rondo,” he wrote on YouTube as she shared the demo, referring to Gaga and the album’s co-producer Mark Ronson. “Thanks for the great times.”

‘Joanne’ features 11 tracks on its standard edition and 14 on the deluxe version. The track listing is as follows:

‘Joanne’ standard edition:

‘Diamond Heart’
‘A-Yo’
‘Joanne’
‘John Wayne’
‘Dancin’ In Circles’
‘Perfect Illusion’
‘Million Reasons’
‘Sinner’s Prayer’
‘Come To Mama’
‘Hey Girl’ (feat. Florence Welch)
‘Angel Down’

‘Joanne’ deluxe edition bonus tracks:

‘Grigio Girls’
‘Just Another Day’
‘Angel Down (Work Tape)’

Gaga will promote the album with an appearance on James Corden’s enormously popular Carpool Karaoke segment. The singer announced that she and Corden had filmed earlier this month, but it is not known yet when it will air.

Sharing a picture of the pair together on Twitter, Gaga wrote that she had “had a lil” fun with Corden and told fans their Carpool Karaoke skit would be “coming soon”.

Meanwhile, she has responded to criticism of her David Bowie tribute performance at this year’s Grammys from Duncan Jones, the late musician’s son.