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  1. cheaptrailertrashglm liked a post in a topic by Elle in Twitter Updates   
    charitable queeeeen x
     
  2. cheaptrailertrashglm liked a post in a topic by Elle in Lana celebrating her friend's birthday in Los Angeles, CA - November 27th, 2020   
    Yesterday, Lana Del Rey celebrated her friend Aleque Reid Calvert's birthday at Aleque's home in Los Angeles, California.
    She arrived to the celebration with Jen Stith, a mutual friend of the two.
     

  3. cheaptrailertrashglm liked a post in a topic by Elle in Lana with a fan at Target in Los Angeles, CA - November 28th, 2020   
    A couple of hours ago, Lana Del Rey was spotted by a fan while shopping at Target in Los Angeles, California.

     
  4. Paris Hilton liked a post in a topic by Elle in Chemtrails Over the Country Club - Pre-Release Thread: Tentatively Out Spring/Summer 2021   
    ugh sorry. I know I do a lot of janitorial work here, but cleaning sht off the walls is my least favourite part x
  5. recklessdaughter liked a post in a topic by Elle in Unpopular Lana Opinions   
    thissss lol. I was really going through it when NFR dropped and it essentially defined that mental breakdown for me (which is also why it's now really difficult to listen back to that album)
     
    To contribute on the note of UnpopOpins, I think that NFR is actually truly her saddest album. I feel like everyone always goes for Born to Die since that's what defined her as miss "Hollywood Sadcore" or even Ultraviolence, but the songs of NFR are extremely gut-wrenching in their meaning. California, The Greatest, Cinnamon Girl, Happiness is a Butterfly, Hope... all songs that are absolutely heartbreaking, and the sadness is almost.. more genuine, if that makes sense. Like, it's very raw. It's deeper than the songs on other albums in the sense that the pain is really coming out from her heart and soul. It's palpable x 
     
     
    The first time I listened to California I was completely fine up until the second half of the chorus ("We'll do whatever you want, travel wherever how far..) and then I just completely burst into a full-blown sob session. It was so sudden and full force, it was like I had just watched someone get shot. While I was crying I was like, what tf just happened?? I was fine literally a second ago?? Whew, that song took me by surprise, and considering the situation I was going through, it hit waaaaaaay way way too close x
  6. slang liked a post in a topic by Elle in Twitter Updates   
  7. June Gloom liked a post in a topic by Elle in Coachella - Woodstock In My Mind   
    They just played Coachella at a NYC Starbucks I'm in. Part of me thinks it's because I come here like everyday and the workers know I love lana lol. Or just a total coincidence! Either way, idc what you guys say, Coachella is a GOOD song.
  8. IanadeIrey liked a post in a topic by Elle in Coachella - Woodstock In My Mind   
    They just played Coachella at a NYC Starbucks I'm in. Part of me thinks it's because I come here like everyday and the workers know I love lana lol. Or just a total coincidence! Either way, idc what you guys say, Coachella is a GOOD song.
  9. past the bushes liked a post in a topic by Elle in Twitter Updates   
  10. Elle liked a post in a topic by new gods in Unpopular Lana Opinions   
    i totally agree with this! i think what truly makes NFR special is the lyrics and how raw everything feels, the stripped back instrumenation of the album really let’s her voice and lyrical content shine. ultraviolence definitely has it’s sad moments and dark subject matter like pretty when you cry and sad girl but lana herself doesn’t necessarily act too upset that things are falling apart in the relationship, it seems that she’s almost in love with the idea of the brokenness. however throughout NFR she becomes aware of how fucked up everything is and how badly it’s affecting her which i think makes the music much more heartbreaking and relatable. 
  11. Elle liked a post in a topic by Party Favor in Unpopular Lana Opinions   
    Ugh yes. That part reminds me of my ex because of all the plans we had for the future and how willing I was to be by him so he could escape his toxic family. I’m sure you can assume what happened based on how he’s an ex lol 
     
    also the “I wanted to reach out but I didn’t say a thing” bc before everything happened I felt things were off but said nothing bc I was stuck in my own pit as well 
  12. Doll Harlow liked a post in a topic by Elle in Unpopular Lana Opinions   
    thissss lol. I was really going through it when NFR dropped and it essentially defined that mental breakdown for me (which is also why it's now really difficult to listen back to that album)
     
    To contribute on the note of UnpopOpins, I think that NFR is actually truly her saddest album. I feel like everyone always goes for Born to Die since that's what defined her as miss "Hollywood Sadcore" or even Ultraviolence, but the songs of NFR are extremely gut-wrenching in their meaning. California, The Greatest, Cinnamon Girl, Happiness is a Butterfly, Hope... all songs that are absolutely heartbreaking, and the sadness is almost.. more genuine, if that makes sense. Like, it's very raw. It's deeper than the songs on other albums in the sense that the pain is really coming out from her heart and soul. It's palpable x 
     
     
    The first time I listened to California I was completely fine up until the second half of the chorus ("We'll do whatever you want, travel wherever how far..) and then I just completely burst into a full-blown sob session. It was so sudden and full force, it was like I had just watched someone get shot. While I was crying I was like, what tf just happened?? I was fine literally a second ago?? Whew, that song took me by surprise, and considering the situation I was going through, it hit waaaaaaay way way too close x
  13. lamms liked a post in a topic by Elle in Unpopular Lana Opinions   
    thissss lol. I was really going through it when NFR dropped and it essentially defined that mental breakdown for me (which is also why it's now really difficult to listen back to that album)
     
    To contribute on the note of UnpopOpins, I think that NFR is actually truly her saddest album. I feel like everyone always goes for Born to Die since that's what defined her as miss "Hollywood Sadcore" or even Ultraviolence, but the songs of NFR are extremely gut-wrenching in their meaning. California, The Greatest, Cinnamon Girl, Happiness is a Butterfly, Hope... all songs that are absolutely heartbreaking, and the sadness is almost.. more genuine, if that makes sense. Like, it's very raw. It's deeper than the songs on other albums in the sense that the pain is really coming out from her heart and soul. It's palpable x 
     
     
    The first time I listened to California I was completely fine up until the second half of the chorus ("We'll do whatever you want, travel wherever how far..) and then I just completely burst into a full-blown sob session. It was so sudden and full force, it was like I had just watched someone get shot. While I was crying I was like, what tf just happened?? I was fine literally a second ago?? Whew, that song took me by surprise, and considering the situation I was going through, it hit waaaaaaay way way too close x
  14. Elle liked a post in a topic by JehovahThikness in Unpopular Lana Opinions   
    my break down song was HIAB  literally in the middle of waking to class and hearing that song, tears started STREAMING down my face and people were staring at me 
  15. sexyslutboy liked a post in a topic by Elle in Unpopular Lana Opinions   
    thissss lol. I was really going through it when NFR dropped and it essentially defined that mental breakdown for me (which is also why it's now really difficult to listen back to that album)
     
    To contribute on the note of UnpopOpins, I think that NFR is actually truly her saddest album. I feel like everyone always goes for Born to Die since that's what defined her as miss "Hollywood Sadcore" or even Ultraviolence, but the songs of NFR are extremely gut-wrenching in their meaning. California, The Greatest, Cinnamon Girl, Happiness is a Butterfly, Hope... all songs that are absolutely heartbreaking, and the sadness is almost.. more genuine, if that makes sense. Like, it's very raw. It's deeper than the songs on other albums in the sense that the pain is really coming out from her heart and soul. It's palpable x 
     
     
    The first time I listened to California I was completely fine up until the second half of the chorus ("We'll do whatever you want, travel wherever how far..) and then I just completely burst into a full-blown sob session. It was so sudden and full force, it was like I had just watched someone get shot. While I was crying I was like, what tf just happened?? I was fine literally a second ago?? Whew, that song took me by surprise, and considering the situation I was going through, it hit waaaaaaay way way too close x
  16. JehovahThikness liked a post in a topic by Elle in Unpopular Lana Opinions   
    thissss lol. I was really going through it when NFR dropped and it essentially defined that mental breakdown for me (which is also why it's now really difficult to listen back to that album)
     
    To contribute on the note of UnpopOpins, I think that NFR is actually truly her saddest album. I feel like everyone always goes for Born to Die since that's what defined her as miss "Hollywood Sadcore" or even Ultraviolence, but the songs of NFR are extremely gut-wrenching in their meaning. California, The Greatest, Cinnamon Girl, Happiness is a Butterfly, Hope... all songs that are absolutely heartbreaking, and the sadness is almost.. more genuine, if that makes sense. Like, it's very raw. It's deeper than the songs on other albums in the sense that the pain is really coming out from her heart and soul. It's palpable x 
     
     
    The first time I listened to California I was completely fine up until the second half of the chorus ("We'll do whatever you want, travel wherever how far..) and then I just completely burst into a full-blown sob session. It was so sudden and full force, it was like I had just watched someone get shot. While I was crying I was like, what tf just happened?? I was fine literally a second ago?? Whew, that song took me by surprise, and considering the situation I was going through, it hit waaaaaaay way way too close x
  17. LemonadeHeavens liked a post in a topic by Elle in Unpopular Lana Opinions   
    thissss lol. I was really going through it when NFR dropped and it essentially defined that mental breakdown for me (which is also why it's now really difficult to listen back to that album)
     
    To contribute on the note of UnpopOpins, I think that NFR is actually truly her saddest album. I feel like everyone always goes for Born to Die since that's what defined her as miss "Hollywood Sadcore" or even Ultraviolence, but the songs of NFR are extremely gut-wrenching in their meaning. California, The Greatest, Cinnamon Girl, Happiness is a Butterfly, Hope... all songs that are absolutely heartbreaking, and the sadness is almost.. more genuine, if that makes sense. Like, it's very raw. It's deeper than the songs on other albums in the sense that the pain is really coming out from her heart and soul. It's palpable x 
     
     
    The first time I listened to California I was completely fine up until the second half of the chorus ("We'll do whatever you want, travel wherever how far..) and then I just completely burst into a full-blown sob session. It was so sudden and full force, it was like I had just watched someone get shot. While I was crying I was like, what tf just happened?? I was fine literally a second ago?? Whew, that song took me by surprise, and considering the situation I was going through, it hit waaaaaaay way way too close x
  18. Elle liked a post in a topic by Party Favor in Unpopular Lana Opinions   
    lmaoooooooooo yes. especially title track, cinnamon girl, HIAB, and the greatest 
     
    bonus points for california because i actually broke down crying while driving to that song 
  19. Elle liked a post in a topic by sexyslutboy in Unpopular Lana Opinions   
    if you think nfr is a bad album you just have to wait for your next rock bottom mental breakdown where you end up relistening to the whole thing and then the album will find a special place in you 
  20. theviolence liked a post in a topic by Elle in Chemtrails Over the Country Club - Pre-Release Thread: Tentatively Out Spring/Summer 2021   
    ugh sorry. I know I do a lot of janitorial work here, but cleaning sht off the walls is my least favourite part x
  21. veinsineon liked a post in a topic by Elle in Instagram Updates   
  22. stupidapartmentcomplex liked a post in a topic by Elle in Chemtrails Over the Country Club - Pre-Release Thread: Tentatively Out Spring/Summer 2021   
    ugh sorry. I know I do a lot of janitorial work here, but cleaning sht off the walls is my least favourite part x
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