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The following is a list of unconfirmed songs by Lana Del Rey. The song titles herein here are speculation based entirely on rumors from fans and other unreliable sources. It is advised to not assume that the titles listed on this page are real.

Rumored songsEdit

Song title Notes
"Casino"
"Don't You Know I'm Beautiful"
"Downtown Persona"
"Friend of Mine" Possible alternate title.
"Future Jazz" Rumored outtake from Ultraviolence.
"Give Me More"
"High Roller"
"Him & I" G-Eazy song, reportedly featured Del Rey originally, now features Halsey.
"Hollywood Noir" Possible alternate title for "Noir".
"Little by Little"
"Lucky Star"
"Midnight Blues"
"Mine"
"Nasty" Possible alternate title for "Be My Daddy".
"New song - 2007-01-01"
"NYC Beauty"
"Ocean" Possible alternate title for "The Ocean".
"Ocean 2" Possible alternate title for "The Ocean".
"Only Fools Run In" Possible alternate title.
"Picking Up the Pieces" Possibly a misattribution of the Paloma Faith song of the same name.
"Pretty Is Another Word" Rumored by a leaker, supposedly a Honeymoon outtake.
"Push and Shove"
"Red Sheets"
"Rolls Royce" Possible alternate title.
"Roundup" Rumored by a leaker, recorded under the stage name Lizzy Grant.
"Screw You" Possible alternate title for "Damn You".
"Seven Eleven"
"Singer of Time"
"Smoke and Mirrors" Possible Ultraviolence outtake.
"Sunday Switch-Up"
"Til the Night / Until the Night"
"Trans-Am" Title was written on a notepad pictured in a photo of Del Rey in the studio during January 2013. Possibly an outtake from Ultraviolence.
"Under Your Skin" Rumored to have been recorded for the scrapped album with The Last Shadow Puppets.
Unknown title A collaboration with Drake, rumored by a leaker. Recorded in 2011.
Unknown title 2 A collaboration with Marshemllo, rumored by a leaker.
Unknown title 3 A cover of a Janis Joplin song, recorded in 2013. Rumored by a leaker.
"When I Fall in Love" Cover of song by Nat King Cole, reportedly performed by Del Rey at the wedding of George Clooney & Amal Alamuddin on September 27, 2014.

Fake song titlesEdit

The following is a list of song titles previously rumored to involve Lana Del Rey but have been confirmed to either not exist or be misattributions.

Song title Reason
"1967 Chevy"
"American Flag"
"Angels in America"
"Big Dreams" Title of a song that samples "Blue Jeans", mistaken for a separate song by Del Rey. Registered on ISWC.
"Break the Cycle" Also known as "Broken Cycle". It is registered with ISWC by Elizabeth C Grant, rather than Del Rey's legal name Elizabeth W Grant and is assumed fake.
"Cat Eyes" Confirmed fake by a leaker.
"Could Be You"
"Doijroij" Fan-made mashup of "Carmen", "Playground" and "Summer of Sam".
"Epiphany" It is registered with ISWC by Elizabeth C Grant, rather than Del Rey's legal name Elizabeth W Grant and is assumed fake.
"Exorcism" Fake song, supposed lyrics were spread by fans.
"Fallen Angel of the Lord"
"Fresh Princess"
"Insane" Also known as "Be Insane". The song performed by Flume featuring Moon Holiday and is often incorrectly attributed to Del Rey.
"Jonah"
"Juicy Lolita" Alternate title for "Lolita" from fan-made mashup with "Juicy" by The Notorious B.I.G.
"Little Angel"
"Lucky Struggle" Said to be an outtake from Ultraviolence.
"Lullabye"
"Mary (Scared of Me)" Said to be an outtake from Lust for Life, made up by leakers as a joke.
"Mrs. Kennedy"
"Nobody Looks at You (Like You Do)" Also known as "Nonny Peeka Monger", a rumor spread as a joke.
"Nowhere to Go"
"Ode To Fame" Title refers to a poem Del Rey wrote back in 2011, it was posted on her Facebook page.[1]
"Rock Me Stable" Title refers to the alternate title for the EP, Young like Me, rather than a song.
"Rollercoaster"
"Russian"
"Shame" Song performed by a different, uncredited singer with a similar voice to Del Rey.
"Sparkle Jump Rope Queen" Title refers to one of Del Rey's old stage names, rather than a song.
"Speed"
"The High End of Low"
"Truth in Your Eyes"
"Vegas Baby" Possible alternate title for "Go Go Dancer".
"Wild Side" Title of a song that samples "Born to Die", mistaken for a separate song by Del Rey. Registered on ASCAP.
"Young like Me" Title refers to the EP, Young like Me, rather than a song.

Rumored demos/versions Edit

Song title Notes
"Backfire" (version 2)
"The Blackest Day" (2 demos) Rumored by a leaker.
"Blue Jeans" (laptop demo)
"Breaking My Heart" (demo) Rumored by several sources.
"Caught You Boy" (demo)
"California" (early version) Early mix of the song, recorded with The Last Shadow Puppets, a snippet of the demo has leaked.
"Cola" (demo) Confirmed by Del Rey. Also rumored to have a laptop demo.
"Cruel World" (demo) Rumored by a leaker.
"Come When You Call Me America" (2018 version) A reworked version of the song, recorded in 2018. Confirmed by a leaker.
"Dance for Money" (version 2) Rumored to have new vocals.
"Delicious" (version 2)
"Diet Mntn Dew" (version 5) Rumored 5 minute demo.
"Every Man Gets His Wish" (acoustic)
"Fine China" (alternative version) Rumored by a leaker, produced by Dan Auerbach.
"Freak" (Hip Hop version) Rumored by a leaker.
"I Want It All" (demo 3) Recorded in 2010, produced by The Nexus.
"Live or Die" (versions 3-6)
"Lust for Life" (demo 3) Max Martin's version of the song, before The Weeknd was featured.
"Me & My Boyfriend" (acoustic)
"Motel 6" (version 6) Rumored to be produced by Crispin Hunt.
"Music to Watch Boys To" (early demo)
"Party Girl" (version 3)
"St. Tropez" (final)
"Summer of Sam" (final)
"Terrence Loves You" (demo) Mark Ronson's version of the song, confirmed by the producer himself.
"The Ocean" (version 2)
"Trash Magic" (version 3)
"Yes to Heaven" (alternative version) Rumored by a leaker, produced by Dan Auerbach.

Fake demos Edit

This is a list of demos, versions and snippets of confirmed songs that have been proven fake.

Song title Notes
"Jealous Girl" (version 2) Made by fan account.
"Ultraviolence" (demo) Made by fan account.
"West Coast" (demo) Actually is the radio mix.
"Ten Dollar Ring" (studio version) Confirmed fake by a leaker.

ReferencesEdit

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