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"Terrence Loves You" is a song by Lana Del Rey and co-written by Rick Nowels that is featured on Del Rey's third major-label full-length album Honeymoon. The song was released on August 21, 2015, as the first promotional single from the record.
The title of the track was shared by Del Rey on August 19, 2015 in response to paparazzi asking about her favorite song off the album. Del Rey replied "Terrence Loves You" and when asked why she explained, "it's jazzy".
Del Rey also stated that this track and "God Knows I Tried" are very close to her heart.
The song was released on August 21, 2015. A promotional cover surfaced on Shazam on the 20th of August.
The song peaked 128 in France and 188 in United Kingdom.
The song was critically acclaimed by Rolling Stone who called it ''hypnotic'' and praised Del Rey's vocal performance.
- "Ground control to Major Tom" and "Can you hear me?" are references to artist David Bowie.
- "Put the radio on" is a reference to the song of the same name and "Radio".
- "Jazz" is also a topic in "Brooklyn Baby", which refers to the Beat Generation, and Del Rey refers to herself as a "jazz singer" in "Ultraviolence".
- "Can you hear me?" is a lyric also used in "Without You" and one that is partially referenced in "Hollywood".
- "Hollywood" is referenced in multiple songs, such as "Hollywood's Dead" and "Hollywood", and these "legends" could include people like "Marilyn Monroe".
- Having the "blues" is also mentioned in the title of "Pawn Shop Blues".
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- ↑ Caldwell, Kayla. (2015). Lana Del Rey Arrives at LAX Sporting a Wide Grin as Her New Single High By the Beach Continues to Climb the Charts. Mail Online. [Access date: August 19, 2015] <http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-3203040/Lana-Del-Rey-arrives-LAX-sporting-wide-grin-new-single-High-Beach-continues-climb-charts.html#v-4431039987001>. (Video).