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Unreleased
Lana Del Rey
Writer(s) Lana Del Rey
Producer(s) Rick Nowels
Recorded 2013
Length 6:10
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"Fine China" is an unreleased song by Lana Del Rey. It was co-written and produced by Rick Nowels. The track is registered on APRA AMCOS. It was recorded in 2013 and potentially considered to be included on Ultraviolence. Two snippets of the song leaked on August 15 and August 27, 2016, and a full but edited version leaked on December 25 the same year. The full unedited version was shared on January 28, 2017.[1]

Lyrics

I wore diamonds for the birth of your baby
For the birth of your son
On the same day my husband to be
Packed his things to run
 
Was bittersweet to say the least
One life begins one comes undone
I've always been a strong woman of faith
Strong like a tree but the unlucky one
 
I'm going down, now
With all of my
 
Fine china and fresh linen
All of my dresses with them tags still on them
Fine china and dull silver
My white horses and my ivory almonds
I guess they really got the best of us didn't they?
They said that love was enough but it wasn't
The earth shattered, the sky opened
The rain was fire but we were wooden

I wore diamonds for the day of our wedding
For our day in the sun
On the same day my mother to be said she wouldn't come
It's always been that way with me
No time for change no time for fun
It's always been that way it seems
one love begins one comes undone

I'm going down, now
With all of my

Fine china and fresh linen
All of my dresses with them tags still on them
Fine china and dull silver
My white horses and my ivory almonds
I guess they really got the best of us didn't they?
They said that love was enough but it wasn't
The earth shattered, the sky opened
The rain was fire but we were wooden

All of my all of my fine china
All of my all of my fine china
All of my all of my fine china

Blue uh ha ha ha

All of my all of my fine china
All of my all of my fine china
All of my all of my fine china

Blue uh ha ha ha

Fine china and fresh linen
All of my dresses with them tags still on them
Fine china and dull silver
My white horses and my ivory almonds
I guess they really got the best of us didn't they?
They said that love was enough but it wasn't
The earth shattered, the sky opened
The rain was fire but we were wooden

Fine china, fine china, fine china

Fresh linen, fresh linen, fresh linen

Ahhh ahhh ahh
Ahhh ahhh ahh
Ahhh ahhh ahh

Ahhh ahhh ahh
Ahhh ahhh ahh
Ahhh ahhh ahh

Ahhh ahhh ahh
Ahhh ahhh ahh
Ahhh ahhh ahh

Ahhh ahhh ahh
Ahhh ahhh ahh
Ahhh ahhh ahh

Cross-references

References

  1. APRA Id: GW46389274
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