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  1. Every line of this song is God-level poetry, and is both hilarious and terrifying. The greatest diss track of all time, and it's entirely self-directed! I've had lines from this very song come to mind a thousand times.
  2. What is the source for this? (Also, everyone needs to look her up, so I'm noting the correct spelling of Simone Weil's name)
  3. Good to see this thread is popping. I strongly recommend the album 'Songs of Love and Hate' for fans of Ocean Blvd - it uses similar song structures and themes, and is simply a masterpiece.
  4. This is one of the most poetically dense and multifaceted lyrics I've ever come across. I'm still trying to come to grips with it.
  5. I'm seeing Honeymoon is back?!
  6. Her singing Dolly's version of 'I Will Always Love You' would be a dream come true.
  7. Looking forward to Lana recreating this scene on her next tour
  8. Visuals and sound were absolutely stunning. I managed to have to miss it live due to work, but thank you to NBC and Elle for posting them so quickly. I'm also really glad that Byron got to star, by Lana's side, where he's been ride-or-die for over a decade.
  9. 100% agree. I have some really unusual and/or idiosyncratic readings of a number of songs, and it's fun to play with words, but the theories that fans hold onto, and fight other fans over disagreeing is the problem. In general, Lana seems to prefer double meanings that work properly in English, and the fact she doesn't usually publish lyrics shows she's happy to let us play with those double meanings/misreadings. She's said over and over that she's very careful about the words she uses, so you should at least respect the surface level of the lyrics, before throwing them out for a 'hidden' meaning.
  10. I can''t find the post now, but when she posted about it, she wrote 'Don't take the necklace, and if you do take it, give it back'.
  11. This guy has done a couple of Lana videos, but this is the most in-depth ones, and one that sums up so much of how I feel about Lana's career. He's more positive than most of us were about the interview, but not unconditionally so.
  12. It's so disheartening, because the 'other' lyrics are always so awful. "Until I saw you why am I staying?"
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