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This is a common progression which is found in plenty of other pop songs, including for example, The Rolling Stone's Sympathy for the Devil. In fact both songs have a very similar melodic contour which emphasises the C over the G chord and the C natural over the D chord. This is a bluesy melody and chord progression - it's in the key of D, but includes the chord C which is a 'ﬂat 7' chord, commonly found in the blues. Lady Gagaʼs “Born This Way” is actually in the key of F# Major - which means the progression would be F# E B F#. If you are a guitar player, you can simply put a capo on the 4th fret and play D C G D. Or transpose your piano up 4 semitones and play D C G D. Rolling Stones “Sympathy For The Devil” is actually in E Major - so the chords for the verse would be E D A E. The chorus is different. So to get the two songs to play together at the same pitch, we must move “Born This Way” down ( - 1) semitone and “Sympathy For The Devil” up (+ 1 ) semitone. Then both songs should play in F Major