Background[edit | edit source]
The poem was not released digitally unlike many other poems by Del Rey.
Cross-references[edit | edit source]
- The phrase "sugar in my teeth, from your kiss you texting me" is similar to "cinnamon in my teeth, from your kiss, you're touching me" from "Cinnamon Girl".
- "Sugarfish" is a sushi restaurant located in San Vicente Boulevard in L.A.
- The "Dodger Stadium" is a baseball stadium in L.A.
- A fortune teller is also referenced in the poem "Tessa DiPietro".
- Honey (as in 'the sweet nectar made of flowers') is also mentioned in "Honeymoon".
- Sugar is also mentioned in "National Anthem", "Be My Daddy", "Radio" and "In the Sun".
- "Blue and borrowed" refers to the Old English rhyme "something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue" used mostly in weddings.
Poem[edit | edit source]
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