"Greenwich" is an unreleased song by Lana Del Rey. The track leaked on September 11, 2014 and is thought to have been recorded in 2009. It's currently unregistered on any music publishing sites. Del Rey produced the song herself in Apple's Garageband.
Background[edit | edit source]
The song gets its title from Greenwich Village, a neighborhood located on the west side of Lower Manhattan, New York City, where Del Rey used to live in the early days of her career.
Cross-references[edit | edit source]
- Blue hydrangea is referenced in "Old Money", "Axl Rose Husband" and "Elvis".
- Del Rey similarly calls her lover the "king of rock and roll" in "Push Me Down".
- A wedding is also a topic in "Fine China".
- Referenced in "Axl Rose Husband".
- Del Rey also uses her name in the lyrics in songs such as "Trash Magic" and "Wayamaya".
- Acid is referenced in the music video for "Freak".
- Television is also referenced in "Television Heaven", "Trash Magic" and "TV in Black & White".
- Leather is also mentioned in "Freak" and "Off to the Races".
- Del Rey also references her singing career in "Boarding School" and "Tired of Singing the Blues".
- The phrase "Diamond horseshoe ring" is also mentioned in "I Learned How to Make Love from the Movies", while the phrase "Diamond horseshoe" appears in "Axl Rose Husband".