"I had fun with the song, that was who I was and I had a blast with it," Dixon explained to MTV News.
"And you know, it's not necessarily a bad message, we all want something that's not good for us, but that's how I took the song and I had to edit around some of GaGa's choice words to have it fit me a little better.
"But still, I think my audience heard GaGa and just went 'Oh, weird' and kinda turned off a little bit, which I understand. I take such a strong stance in my faith, I do understand."
However, he went on to reveal that he is personally a fan of the 'Marry the Night' singer, adding: "I love her, I do. She's a great artist and she can sing her tail off and that's what I love. She does whatever she can and whatever she has to do to stay on top of the music industry and she does a great job of it."