Who Sang Sad Girl? Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey Ultraviolence cover art
Release information
Writer(s): Elizabeth Grant, Rick Nowels
Release Date: 2014-6-13
Genre: Electronic Rock Pop Folk, World, & Country
Style: Soft Rock/Ballad/Progressive House/House/Deep House/Downtempo
length: 5:18
producer: Rick Nowels and Dan Auerbach
lead vocals: Lana Del Rey
mixer: Robert Orton
engineer: Collin Dupuis and Kieron Menzies
electric guitar: Dan Auerbach and Seth Kaufman
acoustic guitar: Russ Pahl
synthesizer: Collin Dupuis, Dan Auerbach and Kenny Vaughan
drums (drum set): Nick Movshon
mellotron: Kenny Vaughan and Leon Michels
phonographic copyright by: Lana Del Rey
writer: Lana Del Rey, Rick Nowels
Every single night when
I go down to the west coast
The people seem dead like
I'm dancing with their ghost
Nothing in this world keeps me more on my feet
Than your sweet loving' ooh your loving

What happened to days when
You were mine
The way you looked, so God damned fine
Guess I'll be alone this summertime

'Cause I'm a sad girl dancing on my own
Long way, far away from home
Some day I will find you in the sunset
I'm a sad girl, searching for a dream
Just know that we're on each others team
Some day I will find you, you bet
But now you've left me
Singing this sweet song
Hold me, never held me for too long
Love me, your love was porous like a rock
Maybe you just forgot
That I loved you

CD 1
  • 1 Cruel World
  • 2 Ultraviolence
  • 3 Shades of Cool
  • 4 Brooklyn Baby
  • 5 West Coast
  • 6 Sad Girl
  • 7 Pretty When You Cry
  • 8 Money Power Glory
  • 9 Fucked My Way Up to the Top
  • 10 Old Money
  • 11 The Other Woman
  • 12 Black Beauty
  • 13 Guns and Roses
  • 14 Florida Kilos