"Valley of the Dolls" is an unreleased song by Lana Del Rey. It was recorded on February 14, 2017. The song is unregistered on any music publishing sites and the producer or any co-writers are unknown.
The song's title was first revealed by a leaker on June 15, 2020 and the full song leaked on August 6, 2020. The original lossless file leaked December 25, 2021.
The track was recorded as a concept demo during the Lust for Life sessions in early 2017. According to a reliable insider, the track was sent to Jack Antonoff along with other tracks early on in Norman Fucking Rockwell!'s production, which would indicate that it was possibly considered for the album. Insiders also said that it was considered for Blue Banisters, but was not reworked for the album.
- Instrumental similarities to Norman Fucking Rockwell.
- Guns are also mentioned in "Guns and Roses", "Serene Queen", "Honeymoon", and "Living Legend".
- Violet(s) are mentioned in "Honeymoon", "Violets for Roses", "Is This Happiness", "Cinnamon Girl" and in the poem "My Bedroom Is A Sacred Place Now - There Are Children At The Foot Of My Bed".
- Oranges are also mentioned in "Pawn Shop Blues".
- Lyrics are alluding to the lyrics of "Is This Happiness"
- Del Rey sings to somebody making her crazy in "Wild At Heart".
- Being crazy is also referenced in "Wild at Heart", "Ride", "Cruel World", "Off to the Races", "Happiness is a Butterfly" and the poem "My Bedroom is a Sacred Place Now - There Are Children at the Foot of my Bed".