Her song is about her feelings of sadness that come around the ending summer; The main theme is about Lana and her summertime sweetheart having to part ways by summers end and her emotions of when that last encounter occurs. Summer romances are always short and fun, but ending the summer relationship is always a bit saddening and depressing. Although I personally do not relate with a romantic experience from this past summer, the feelings she describes in the song whe...
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...wering her voice to add mystery and a defined sound only applicable to Del Ray. I personally think that her new persona creates and intriguing guise that leads to artistic music. Lana even says, “I was a singer, not a very popular one, who once had dreams of becoming a beautiful poet”(Staff). Her lyrics exemplify this perfectly as each song sounds like a piece that could be read in café accompanied by the audience snaps of acknowledgement.
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