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Unreleased
Lana Del Rey
Writer(s) Lana Del Rey
Producer(s) Unknown
Recorded 2006
Length 1:44
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"Methamphetamines" is an unreleased song by Lana Del Rey. It was recorded around 2006 and leaked on October 14, 2012. The song was ripped from a video Del Rey uploaded and no producer is known. The song contains samples of interviews with Elvis Presley. The song's main melody comes from Nino Rota's "What Is a Youth" (AKA "Love Theme from Romeo and Juliet"). In a track by track commentary of Ultraviolence, Del Rey stated that the song was reworked into "Old Money".

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Music video Edit

Music video Information
Lana Del Rey - Methamphetamines01:44

Lana Del Rey - Methamphetamines

Released N/A
Length 1:44
Director Lana Del Rey
Producer
Choreographer
Filmed 2008
Location Unknown
Vevo views N/A

Background and descriptionEdit

Del Rey made a homemade music video for the song in 2008 that featured clips of Del Rey herself singing along to the song, and clips of American rockstar Elvis Presley.

LyricsEdit

Methamphetamine, pink flamingo
Blue 50s queen, Blue Oyster Cove
For then a dream, why don't we go
To Coney Island?

When the hour numb, the gala's on
The record spins, blue 50s song
The veranda looks ocean-on
Neon palms sway

What's happening? Where did we go?
The Jersey Shore was long ago
As with our hopes and ocean glow
And so I bid you farewell

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