Lana Del Rey Quotes (Author of Lana del Rey - Born to Die)
Lana Del Rey - Love (Official Music Video)
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In the land of Gods and Monsters I was an angel living in the garden of evil Screwed up, scared, doing anything that I needed Shinin' like a fiery beacon. You got that medicine I need Fame, Liquor, Love, give it to me slowly Put your hands on my waist, do it softly Me and God we don't get along, so now I sing. No one's gonna take my soul away I'm living like Jim Morrison Headed towards a fucked up holiday Motel sprees sprees and I'm singing 'Fuck yeah give it to me this is heaven, what I truly want' It's innocence lost Innocence lost. In the land of Gods and Monsters I was an angel Looking to get fucked hard Like a groupie incognito posing as a real singer Life imitates art. You got that medicine I need Dope, shoot it up, straight to the heart please I don't really wanna know what's good for me God's dead, I said 'baby, that's alright with me'. When you talk it's like a movie And you're makin' me crazy -- 'Cause life imitates art If I get a little prettier Can I be your baby?
GODS AND MONSTERS (lyrics)
Following the film's release, an EP of the same name that featured the three songs featured in the film was released onto the iTunes store on December 6, Lange's cover was released to digital outlets on October 22, The Slant reviewer went on to call the song "snappy [and] mesmerizing languorousness" . The song became a top 40 hit in the United Kingdom , peaking at number 39 due to its usage in an advert for EastEnders ' "Who Killed Lucy? It also peaked at number 15 on the U. Rock Songs Chart. Credits adapted from the liner notes of Paradise.
The first mentioning of the song came from Del Rey on June 15, , during an interview with Catalunya Radio. At that time the song was called "In the Land of Gods and Monsters". On September 24, , Del Rey posted the sampler video of Paradise containing short snippets of all the tracks. The song is in the key of G minor with at 96 BPM. It is a soft rock ballad that lyrically deals with innocence and hedonism. The song features signature sounds from Haynie that are reminiscent of his work on " Million Dollar Man ". During , limited official promo CDs for the song were exclusively distributed by Polydor and Interscope.