That people can change, but you don't have to leave her The tip of my finger is tracing your figure “Your poetry’s bad and you blame the news.” The title emphatically references the artist and author Rockwell, who was famous for illustrating quotidian scenes of mid-20th-century American life with a political conscience. So you better just lock me up, lock me up
[Chorus] Made no apologies But her melancholy lyricism remains, making this a sequel of sorts to previous hit “Summertime Sadness” in its mixed emotions.
[Bridge] In that song, Mitchell sings of traveling around Europe — and “then I’m coming home to California… will you take me as I am, strung out on another man?” In her version, Del Rey has an answer: “If you come back to California, you should just hit me up / we’ll do whatever you want, travel wherever how far.” Mitchell mentions reading Rolling Stone and Vogue magazines; Del Rey promises “I’ll pick up all of your Vogues and all of your Rolling Stones.” It’s a conversation stretched out over the decades, one asking a question about the hospitality of the Golden State, the other answering graciously. And then there’s her most millennial line yet: “The culture is lit, and if this is it, I had a ball / I guess that I’m burned out after all.” Her play on words turns the phrase on its head, skewering the youthful slang term “lit” and leaning into the nihilistic burnout instead. Girl you better just lock me up Then the piano comes in, warm and unapologetic, with enthusiasm that feels like a Billy Joel tune. Like my rib cage, the echoes follow Your Venice bitch, your die-hard, your weakness
I've been living in the darkness I left with her heart “Is it safe to just be who we are?” she wonders over a minimal piano and strings background. By signing up you are agreeing to our, The 4 Biggest Takeaways From BLACKPINK's The Album, Where China Stands on the U.S. Presidential Election, Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know now on politics, health and more, © 2020 TIME USA, LLC. And then there’s Del Rey: “Goddamn, man-child,” she lilts. I say good night and walk out the door She seems torn between two extremes — “Maybe the way I’m living is killing me… one day I woke up like, ‘Maybe I’ll do it differently'” could potentially be a reference to her history with alcohol: she’s discussed being sent to boarding school at 14 partially to get sober, and subsequently going to rehab. You took my sadness out of context “Ice cream, ice queen, I dream in jeans and leather” — here’s classic Del Rey stringing together evocative nouns (maybe a callback to 2012’s “Blue Jeans”), each one building an impressionistic picture of an artist couple (“You write, I tour, we make it work”) ensconced in their cozy love affair.
And “the poetry inside of me is warm like a gun” feels like a call-out to the Beatles’ “Happiness Is a Warm Gun.” All of these mentions weave together to form an idealized vision of her L.A., filled with ladies meditating in gardens and her incognito drives down the Pacific Coast Highway in a truck to see a bartender (“photo-free exits from baby’s bedside”) — although, as she notes, she’s only drinking Cherry Coke. Taylor Swift's Lover album is out, and the rest of the Swifties and I can't deal right now. The first strains of “Norman F-cking Rockwell” are pretty strings; it sounds like the beginning of a Golden Age movie, or a ballet overture. Del Rey has subdued her rebel side in favor of partnership. [Chorus] It’s the second single released by Ansel after the impact achieved with his proper major debut single, “Home Alone”. I’m already hurt,” Del Rey muses darkly on “Happiness is a butterfly.” It’s a powerfully sad line: a suggestion that she’s already hit rock bottom. “He was cool as heck,” she insists twice in the first verse — high praise from Del Rey. The psychedelia comes into focus with her bridge, where she repeats “crimson and clover” over and over, the title of a 1968 song from Tommy James and the Shondells. Take in the sweetness but now there’s a sweetness instead of a recklessness in her attitude.
The Wendell O. Pruitt Homes and William Igoe Apartments, known together as Pruitt–Igoe (/ ˈ p r u ɪ t ˈ aɪ ɡ oʊ /), were joint urban housing projects first occupied in 1954 in the US city of St. Louis, Missouri.Living conditions in Pruitt–Igoe began to decline soon after completion in 1956. And who I am is a big-time believer A slow march of a song, “Cinnamon Girl” details a conflicted relationship. This time it’s Led Zeppelin and their 1973 album Houses of the Holy to start, as well as the band the Eagles in the trap-lite chorus, while she goes on to sing about the process of trying to write the “next best American record” with her lover. She was on top of me Think about it, the darkness, the deepness She was on top of me
Skin on my skin, what a wonderful sin
“It’s been nine years since my last drink,” she told GQ back in 2012. It appeared on the 1991 Rush film soundtrack.In January 1992, Clapton performed the song in front of an audience at Bray Studios, Berkshire, England for MTV Unplugged, with the recording appearing on his Unplugged album. There's been a robbery We can be so hollow Broken and scarred Like the ink dripped from my pen
She calls out time spent with “Bowery Bums,” a name for residents of New York’s skid row, who gave her the “only love I’ve ever known.” But all this darkness is balanced out by the song’s titular suggestion, which takes itself from a Morgan Freeman quote in The Shawshank Redemption.
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Made no apologies
Then there’s Sylvia Path, feminist poet and author of The Bell Jar, who later committed suicide; Del Rey calls herself a “24/7 Sylvia Plath,” out on the town in a nightgown and “writing in blood on my walls” — a bold visual of the tortured artist experience. You want this, you need this Her breathiness is on full display, as is her confidence; “I ain’t no candle in the wind” suggests she’s not going anywhere. Can't a girl just do the best she can?
Broken and scarred I would drink alone.” But the song is also about being muddled in love. Because I've never been good for nothing “The Next Best American Record” has some of the most straightforward pop production on the album, particularly in her catchy chorus.
Are you ready for it? And drown in all my mistakes Once more, Del Rey draws from the history of rock ‘n’ roll. They mistook my kindness for weakness (Recall that Del Rey has discussed her sobriety before.) Call me a thief
Dreamy and languid, “F-ck it I love you” sees Del Rey in full reminiscence mode: “I moved to California but it’s just a state of mind / Turns out everywhere you go, you take yourself, that’s not a lie,” she recites in a rapid sing-song.
Follow me like the fears I swallow 'Cause even in the dark I feel your resistance
There’s a mention of a 2018 missile scare in Hawaii, of changing weather in L.A., of Kanye West’s evolution from rapper to lightning rod of controversy, of the dire straits of the planet (“‘Life on Mars‘ ain’t just a song”). The only visuals she draws are of a car: “In the backseat, I’m your baby / we go fast, we go so fast we don’t move… so spill my clothes on the floor of your new car.” This isn’t the first time she’s doubled down on auto iconography (“Born to Die,” anyone?)
"Tears in Heaven" is a song by Eric Clapton and Will Jennings, written about the death of Clapton's four-year-old son, Conor. Slow-burning but with a jazzy kick, “How to disappear” spins a tale of Del Rey’s love for a man — named, in this instance, Joe — that also serves as a commentary on traditional American masculinity.
At the Mariners Apartment Complex So you better just lock me up, lock me up View by: Highest Rated; Most Recent; Oldest First +2. Obviously I’ve filmed some stuff before ;) but this was different. Lana Del Rey has built her career on being a character: it’s a melange of classic Americana aesthetics, southern California mythology and Old Hollywood ingenue spirit. Because I've never been good for nothing
Released back in September 2018 as an early single, “Mariners Apartment Complex” sees Del Rey go folk. You're lost at sea, then I'll command your boat to me again “Thief” tells the tale of a self-proclaimed heartbreaker, and how he has hurt one particular girl.
“Bartender” deftly mixes the mythology of L.A.’s past with its present, positioning Del Rey’s struggle to keep love alive in the midst of contemporary fame as one more chapter in the story of Laurel Canyon artistry. The tip of my finger is tracing your figure Then I left with her heart Miracle Lyrics: It's not just a phase / Now let me explain / I'm working through some shit / Sometimes I'm medicated / It's hard to relay / The thoughts in my brain / I'm working for a life that's
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