"Live or Die" is an unreleased song by Lana Del Rey. It was recorded in 2011 and the demo version leaked on October 14, 2012, with a heavily fan-edited alternate version leaking on March 1, 2015. The unedited second version leaked on August 6, 2015. The song was co-written and produced by Jarrad Rogers.
It is speculated to be an outtake from the Born to Die sessions. An alternate version of the song leaked on March 1, 2015, although fan-edited with added beats, shortened introduction and choruses, and sound effects including a gunshot and dropping bullets. The unedited second version leaked in full on August 6, 2015, alongside "Wayamaya", "Hangin' Around", "Joshy & I", "Cry Me a River", and a fan-made second version of "Jealous Girl". A few other versions of the song are rumored to exist.
- References to the song "Noir".
- The phrase "suicide blonde" also appears in "She's Not Me".
- Del Rey talks about soldiers in "Hit & Run".
- Directly references Tony Montana (played by Al Pacino) and Michelle Pfeiffer, stars in the movie Scarface; references to the film can also be found in the eponymous "Scarface", "Never Let Me Go" and "Playground".
- Bugsy Malone is also mentioned in "Dum Dum".
- The line "I be murderin' 'em, murderin' 'em" is also used in "Summer of Sam" and killing is referenced in other ways in "Serial Killer" and "Kinda Outta Luck".
- The phrase "Queen of Saigon" also appears in "West Coast" and "National Anthem".
- Cherry pies are mentioned in many of Del Rey's songs, such as "Cola", "Trash Magic" and "Caught You Boy".
- The phrase "If they don't think we're good together, baby just forget them" also appears in "Ghetto Baby".
- Bonnie and Clyde are also mentioned in "Bad Boy".