Lana Del Rey - Dark Paradise Lyrics

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All my friends tell me I should move on
I'm lying in the ocean, singing your song
Ah, that's how you sing it
Loving you forever, can't be wrong
Even though you're not here, won't move on
Ah, that's how we play it

And there's no remedy for memory your face
Like a melody, it won't lift my head
Your soul is hunting me and telling me
That everything is fine
But I wish I was dead

Every time I close my eyes
It's like a dark paradise
No one compares to you
I'm scared that you won't be waiting on the other side
Every time I close my eyes
It's like a dark paradise
No one compares to you
I'm scared that you won't be waiting on the other side

All my friends ask me why I stay strong
Tell 'em when you find true love it lives on
Ah, that's why I stay here

And there's no remedy for memory your face
Like a melody, it won't lift my head
Your soul is hunting me and telling me
That everything is fine
But I wish I was dead

Every time I close my eyes
It's like a dark paradise
No one compares to you
I'm scared that you won't be waiting on the other side
Every time I close my eyes
It's like a dark paradise
No one compares to you
But there's no you, except in my dreams tonight

Oh oh oh, ha ha ha
I don't wanna wake up from this tonight
Oh oh oh, ha ha ha
I don't wanna wake up from this tonight

There's no relief, I see you in my sleep
And everybody's rushing me, but I can feel you touching me
There's no release, I feel you in my dreams
Telling me I'm fine

Every time I close my eyes
It's like a dark paradise
No one compares to you
I'm scared that you won't be waiting on the other side
Every time I close my eyes
It's like a dark paradise
No one compares to you

But that there's no you, except in my dreams tonight
Oh oh oh, ha ha ha
I don't wanna wake up from this tonight
Oh oh oh, ha ha ha
I don't wanna wake up from this tonight

Track Listing
Digital Media 1
  • 1 Born to Die
  • 2 Off to the Races
  • 3 Blue Jeans (remastered)
  • 4 Video Games (remastered)
  • 5 Diet Mountain Dew
  • 6 National Anthem
  • 7 Dark Paradise
  • 8 Radio
  • 9 Carmen
  • 10 Million Dollar Man
  • 11 Summertime Sadness
  • 12 This Is What Makes Us Girls
  • 13 Without You
  • 14 Lolita
  • 15 Lucky Ones


  • Credits
    publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    writers: Elizabeth Grant, Rick Nowels
    album: Track 7 in album Born to Die
    release date: 2012-1-27
    popularity : 125 users have visited this page.
    genres: Electronic Hip Hop Rock Blues Pop
    styles: Alternative Rock/Chanson/Ballad/Ambient
    length: 4:03
    producer: Emile Haynie
    drums: Devrim Karao─člu
    conductor: Larry Gold
    vocal: Lana Del Rey
    mixer: Manny Marroquin
    guitar: Rick Nowels
    additional: Maria Vidal
    co-producer: Rick Nowels
    other instruments: Dean Reid
    additional synthesizer: Devrim Karao─člu
    drums & keyboard: Emile Haynie
    strings arranger: Larry Gold
    chamberlin: Patrick Warren
    assistant mixer: Chris Galland and Erik Madrid
    Album Information
    label: Polydor
    country(area): Europe
    format: Digital Media
    script: Latin