Lady Gaga says her song 'Dance In The Dark' is about ''a girl who has sex with the lights off''.
Lady Gaga believes people are always insecure.
The singer says her track 'Dance in the Dark' - from new album 'The Fame Monster' - is about the fact people can be too insecure to feel comfortable having sex, not a party in a nightclub as people have perceived.
She explained: "The record is about a girl who likes to have sex with the lights off, because she's embarrassed about her body.
"She doesn't want her man to see her naked. She will be free, and she will let her inner animal out, but only when the lights are out.
"She doesn't feel free without the moon. These lyrics are a way for me to talk about how I believe women and some men feel innately insecure about themselves all the time. It's not sometimes, it's not in adolescence, it's always."
The 'Bad Romance' star admits it is a subject close to her heart as she also struggles with her own feelings of self doubt.
She added to the Los Angeles Times newspaper: "The song isn't called 'Dance in the Light'. I'm not a gospel singer trying to cross people over. What I'm saying is, 'I get it. I feel you, I feel the same way, and it's OK.' "