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==Background==
 
==Background==
The song was written and recorded some time in 2012 by Del Rey and [[Rick Nowels]]. It was intended for use on ''[[Paradise (album)|Paradise]]'', the re-release of ''[[Born to Die (album)|Born to Die]]''. On [[2012/June|June 15, 2012]], Del Rey sung an a cappella of the chorus on radio when asked what music would be on her new album and at that time the song was referred to as "Will You Still Love Me When I'm No Longer Young and Beautiful".<ref>https://www.ccma.cat/catradio/alacarta/nom-programa/Lana-del-Rey-una-de-les-estrelles-del=/audio/646450/</ref> The song failed to make the final tracklist of ''Paradise''. The song is registered on ASCAP as "Will You Still Love Me" and "Young and Beautiful" and on ISWC as "Will You Still Love Me". An alternate orchestral version titled "Young and Beautiful (DH Orchestral Version)" produced by [[Dan Heath]] was released alongside the [[Rick Nowels]] version of the single. A demo of the song leaked on June 9, 2013, and a higher quality version leaked on August 6, 2015 (leaked as "Alt. Mix"). The a cappella of the demo leaked on July 2, 2016. The original file of the demo is called "Young-And-Beautiful-KM-mix-045".
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The song was written and recorded some time in 2012 by Del Rey and [[Rick Nowels]]. It was intended for use on ''[[Paradise (album)|Paradise]]'', the re-release of ''[[Born to Die (album)|Born to Die]]''. On [[2012/June|June 15, 2012]], Del Rey sung an a cappella of the chorus on radio when asked what music would be on her new album and at that time the song was referred to as "Will You Still Love Me When I'm No Longer Young and Beautiful".<ref>https://www.ccma.cat/catradio/alacarta/nom-programa/Lana-del-Rey-una-de-les-estrelles-del=/audio/646450/</ref> The song failed to make the final tracklist of ''Paradise''. The song is registered on ASCAP as "Will You Still Love Me" and "Young and Beautiful" and on ISWC as "Will You Still Love Me". An alternate orchestral version titled "Young and Beautiful (DH Orchestral Version)" produced by [[Dan Heath]] was released alongside the [[Rick Nowels]] version of the single. A demo of the song leaked on June 9, 2013, and a higher quality version leaked on August 6, 2015 (leaked as "Alt. Mix"). The a cappella of the demo leaked on July 2, 2016. The original file of the demo is called "Young-And-Beautiful-KM-mix-045". s9shs9hdiuglioxg;uigdi
   
 
==Composition==
 
==Composition==
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==In ''The Great Gatsby''==
 
==In ''The Great Gatsby''==
   
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[[File:The Great Gatsby Trailer w new music by Beyoncé x André 3000, Lana Del Rey, Florence The Machine|thumb|250 px|First trailer confirming "Young and Beautiful" to be featured in ''The Great Gatsby''. (0:41)]]
 
[[File:The Great Gatsby Trailer w new music by Beyoncé x André 3000, Lana Del Rey, Florence The Machine|thumb|250 px|First trailer confirming "Young and Beautiful" to be featured in ''The Great Gatsby''. (0:41)]]
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