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|producer = Lana Del Rey<br>Rick Nowels<br>Emile Haynie<br>Benny Blanco
 
|producer = Lana Del Rey<br>Rick Nowels<br>Emile Haynie<br>Benny Blanco
 
|altproducer = [[Kieron Menzies]]
 
|altproducer = [[Kieron Menzies]]
|recorded = April 2016
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|recorded = 2016
 
|time = 4:32<br><small>(See [[#Official versions|official versions]])</small>
 
|time = 4:32<br><small>(See [[#Official versions|official versions]])</small>
 
|Source = [[File:Lfllogo.png|150px|link=Lust for Life (album)]]
 
|Source = [[File:Lfllogo.png|150px|link=Lust for Life (album)]]
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|album = [[Lust for Life (album)|Lust for Life]]
 
|album = [[Lust for Life (album)|Lust for Life]]
 
|MiX= {{Singles6}}
 
|MiX= {{Singles6}}
|released = February 18, 2017
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|released = February 18, 2017}}
|Last single image = Mtwbt.jpg
 
|Last single link = Music to Watch Boys To (song)
 
|Last single title = Music to Watch Boys To
 
|This single image = loveYAIL.jpg
 
|This single link = Love (song)
 
|This single title = Love
 
|Next single image = LFLSingleArtwork.jpeg
 
|Next single link = Lust for Life (song)
 
|Next single title = Lust for Life
 
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{{Wikipedia|Love (Lana Del Rey song)}}
 
{{Wikipedia|Love (Lana Del Rey song)}}
 
"'''Love'''" (registered as "'''Young in Love'''" and also known as "'''Young and in Love'''")<ref>HFA Song Code: YV84J0</ref> is the lead single and opening track from [[Lana Del Rey]]'s fifth studio album and fourth major-label studio album, ''[[Lust for Life (album)|Lust for Life]]''. It was co-written and produced by Del Rey, [[Rick Nowels]], [[Emile Haynie]] and [[Benny Blanco]], with additional production by [[Kieron Menzies]].<ref>[http://tidal.com/track/70619056 "Listen to Love by Lana Del Rey on TIDAL". ''Tidal''. [Access date: February 19, 2017<nowiki>]</nowiki>]</ref> On [[2017/February#February 18|February 18, 2017]], it was officially released worldwide.
 
"'''Love'''" (registered as "'''Young in Love'''" and also known as "'''Young and in Love'''")<ref>HFA Song Code: YV84J0</ref> is the lead single and opening track from [[Lana Del Rey]]'s fifth studio album and fourth major-label studio album, ''[[Lust for Life (album)|Lust for Life]]''. It was co-written and produced by Del Rey, [[Rick Nowels]], [[Emile Haynie]] and [[Benny Blanco]], with additional production by [[Kieron Menzies]].<ref>[http://tidal.com/track/70619056 "Listen to Love by Lana Del Rey on TIDAL". ''Tidal''. [Access date: February 19, 2017<nowiki>]</nowiki>]</ref> On [[2017/February#February 18|February 18, 2017]], it was officially released worldwide.
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|''NME''<span>'</span>s Tracks of the Year 2017<ref>[http://www.nme.com/blogs/nme-blogs/nmes-best-tracks-year-2017-2161431 "NME's Tracks of the Year 2017". ''NME''.]</ref>
<span>'</span>s Tracks of the Year 2017<ref>[http://www.nme.com/blogs/nme-blogs/nmes-best-tracks-year-2017-2161431 "NME's Tracks of the Year 2017". ''NME''.]</ref>
 
 
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== Cross-references ==
 
== Cross-references ==
 
*Del Rey references "the things to come" in "[[The Blackest Day (song)|The Blackest Day]]".
 
*Del Rey references "the things to come" in "[[The Blackest Day (song)|The Blackest Day]]".
*The phrase "all dressed up" is found again in "[[Carmen (song)|Carmen]]", "[[All Smiles (song)|All Smiles]]" and "[[Flipside (song)|Flipside]]".
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*The lyric "all dressed up" is found again in "[[Carmen (song)|Carmen]]", "[[All Smiles (song)|All Smiles]]" and "[[Flipside (song)|Flipside]]".
*Kids are first mentioned in "[[Ultraviolence (song)|Ultraviolence]]", "[[Old Money (song)|Old Money]]" and "[[Never Let Me Go (song)|Never Let Me Go]]".
 
   
 
== Music video ==
 
== Music video ==
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|location = Los Angeles, California
 
|location = Los Angeles, California
 
|filmed = June–July, 2016
 
|filmed = June–July, 2016
|vevo views = 160+ Million views|choreographer = }}
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|vevo views = 99+ Million views|choreographer = }}
   
 
==== Background ====
 
==== Background ====
The official music video for "Love" was filmed in [[2016/June|June]] and [[2016/July|July 2016]] and it was directed by [[Rich Lee]]. Various stills and clips taken from the video surfaced online during early [[2017/January|January]] and [[2017/February|February 2017]], around the same time that official promotional posters for the music video were put up across Los Angeles. The music video was officially released to Del Rey's Vevo channel on [[2017/February#February 20|February 20, 2017]], after Del Rey did a quick livestream on Instagram announcing the music video. The video gained almost 4.5 million views in its first 24 hours of being uploaded. In January 2018 the video became Vevo Certified with over 100 million views. A 23 second clip of unreleased footage from the video surfaced in July 2018.
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The official music video for "Love" was filmed in [[2016/June|June]] and [[2016/July|July 2016]] and it was directed by [[Rich Lee]]. Various stills and clips taken from the video surfaced online during early [[2017/February|February 2017]], around the same time that official promotional posters for the music video were put up across Los Angeles. The music video was officially released to Del Rey's Vevo channel on [[2017/February#February 20|February 20, 2017]], after Del Rey did a quick livestream on Instagram announcing the music video. The video gained almost 4.5 million views in it's first 24 hours of being uploaded.
   
 
==== Description ====
 
==== Description ====
The video starts out as pure '60s pastiche, with Del Rey in a white dress, with flowers in her hair — singing the song to a group of euphoric and telegenic young folks. But the video slowly reveals itself to be a sort of psychedelic vision, a moving ode to going swimming on strange planets and piloting a '57 Chevy into the sun.
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The video starts out as pure ’60s pastiche, with Del Rey in a white dress, with flowers in her hair — singing the song to a group of euphoric and telegenic young folks. But the video slowly reveals itself to be a sort of psychedelic vision, a moving ode to going swimming on strange planets and piloting a ’57 Chevy into the sun.
 
 
{{LoveMVGallery}}
 
{{LoveMVGallery}}
   
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* Radio edit — 3:52
 
* Radio edit — 3:52
 
* Music video version — 4:54
 
* Music video version — 4:54
* Instrumental version — 4:32
 
   
 
==Lyrics==
 
==Lyrics==
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=== Digital release ===
 
=== Digital release ===
 
;Love - Single
 
;Love - Single
 
 
{{Discobox
 
{{Discobox
 
|image = LoveYAIL.jpg
 
|image = LoveYAIL.jpg
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===Physical release===
 
===Physical release===
 
;Love / Lust for Life Limited LP
 
;Love / Lust for Life Limited LP
 
 
{{Discobox
 
{{Discobox
 
|image = L LFL2.jpg
 
|image = L LFL2.jpg
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|20,000^
 
|20,000^
 
{{Certification Table Bottom}}
 
{{Certification Table Bottom}}
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| colspan=3 | <center>
 
<small><sup>*</sup>sales figures based on certification alone</small><br /><small><sup>^</sup>shipments figures based on certification alone</small><br /><small><sup>x</sup>unspecified figures based on certification alone</small>
 
</center>
 
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==Release history==
 
==Release history==
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== References ==
 
== References ==
{{Reflist}}
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{{Navbox album LFL}}
 
{{Navbox album LFL}}
 
[[Category:Songs]]
 
[[Category:Songs]]
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