So… I was scrolling through facebook and I found some interesting recommended posts. Apparently, some insider told a Lana fan account (or maybe they’ve found them online) some facts about what each song is about...
These are the links:
Post 1 (about the songs in general):
Post 2 (about White Dress):
Now, as the posts are in Spanish, I will translate them just in case somebody is interested in reading them. On March 19 we will know if they were actually true or not.
These are the rumours:
White Dress – Post 1: Lana talks about her past, and she marries a rich country club man from the high society. Post 2: According to the insider, it will be her best album opener; also, it talks about her life as Lizzy Grant and it sounds kinda like “Stargirl Interlude". (I know someone added this info in the White Dress post, but I haven’t found more proof to that other than this post).
Tulsa Jesus Freak – She meets a man from the Mid West, she falls in love with him and so she cheats on her husband.
LMLYLAW – Lana runs from her husband.
Wild At Heart – A song that talks about her life, and her crazy and wild days.
Dark But Just A Game – The relationship with this new man is violent, he hits her but she just ignores him.
Not All Who Wander Are Lost and Yosemite – She sings about the decisions she’s made regarding love and her life.
Breaking Up Slowly – She breaks up with her loves/lovers and frees them.
Dance Till We Die – She’s finally happy and free, and she will continue doing whatever she likes til the day she dies.
So, if we fill in the blanks, COTCC could be herself knowing that she looks like she has a perfect life but she actually has another side of her that she doesn’t show. And For Free could represent her current love or her doing what she wants with her life.
I mean, I reckon that they are just rumours as for now, and may not be true. But they sound convincing and have got me super intrigued, as the themes sound coherent, as if it was a conceptual album.
Now I want to know, what do y’all think of this? Has anybody else read anything similar?