Lana Del Rey – Young And Beautiful Piano Sheet Music

Lana Del Rey’s song ‘Young and Beautiful’ was released on the 25th of February 2013. Lana wrote this song for the soundtrack of The Great Gatsby, where it is played during the closing credits. Lana claims that she wanted to write a song that would suit “the beautiful and the damned” who inspired F.Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby. Lana says that she “wanted to make a song like what they call a ‘stroller’: a New York girl-song, very lean and stripped down”.

The idea of the song came to Lana when she was in her bed after waking up, Lana says that ‘usually when I write songs, the melody comes first, but for this song it was the lyrics’. Lana is said to have thought about Daisy Buchanan (the main female character in The Great Gatsby) when writing these lyrics. Lana reflects the feel of the 1920s in this song, with its Jazz-style rhythm and lyrics. Lana has said that she is proud of her work on this song, saying that ‘It’s the best singing I’ve ever done’

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