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After the waltzing “How to Disappear” moves from verses about dysfunctional working-class hunks to one about having cats and a kid, the final coda—“I whisper in your ear / I’m always going to be right here / no one’s going anywhere”—represents a cry-worthy happy ending—not only because she’s found peace, but also because she can provide it for someone else.
“Bartender” imagines a debutante who buys a new car for anonymity’s sake and steals away with a guy her peers would sneer at.
“You don’t ever have to be stronger than you really are,” she sings, a genuinely tender offering.
“Money is the reason we exist,” she gasped on “National Anthem,” hilariously, devastatingly.
‘Life on Mars’ ain’t just a song.” Till this passage, the song sounded like a wedding band soused on red wine. Back on her 2012 major-label debut, public mockery of her ’50s-obsessed glamour-puss persona missed how deftly she balanced social satire with a genuine affection for the superficial things that give life texture.
Local rapper Luke Skyywalker (Luther Campbell) gave The 2 Live Crew a record deal and worked as the group's manager and then lead vocalist.
The 2 Live Crew is an American hip-hop group from Miami, Florida.
As touching as these romantic dramas are, Del Rey’s allusive, noun-dense style tips at the larger historical sweep against which they take place.