That's great that she is referenced as a SONGWRITER as Lana is one of the greatest songwriters of all time.
I consider Lana in this matter
each album from Paradise to Ultaviolence to Honeymoon a new book inside the big book of Elizabeth Grant's life
Singer of her songs/poems/and cover verson
nowhere THANKFULLY do I consider NOR want her to be a performer.
and I loved Honeymoon, and if one looks at Swan Song, it describes something that immediately leads into Don't let me be Misunderstood
and the next thing we heard from Lana is "LOVE"
which directy shifts the focus of her words from Swan Song into the next book she is writing
I don't give a crap about promo.
Did Lou Reed, Leonard Cohen, do promo? Did Pete Seeger? Did Woody Guthrie? Did the NY Dolls?
Did Burt Bacharach/Hal David do promo on the 100s of songs he wrote?
Did Edith Piaf have hundreds of wardrobe changes or jump into the pit or do shameless promotion? No, she sang her songs
Lana is not going for #1s, though they will occur or won't occur organically.
Lana will have many major songwriting hits as the years go on, and people cover her songs
and one day Elizabeth Grant will enter the Songwriters Hall of Fame, and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
I Love "Love". She don't need to promo or sell it to me. I am already there.
as Elizabeth/Lana said to Lana/Elizabeth "I will never change you, into something you're not" in Terence Loves you.