Ultraviolence
Lana Del Rey Lyrics


He used to call me DN
That stood for deadly nightshade
'Cause I was filled with poison
But blessed with beauty and rage
Jim told me that
He hit me and it felt like a kiss
Jim brought me back
Reminded me of when we were kids

This is ultraviolence
Ultraviolence
Ultraviolence
Ultraviolence
I can hear sirens, sirens
He hit me and it felt like a kiss
I can hear violins, violins
Give me all of that ultraviolence

He used to call me poison
Like I was poison ivy
I could've died right then
'Cause he was right beside me
Jim raised me up
He hurt me but it felt like true love
Jim taught me that
Loving him was never enough

This is ultraviolence
Ultraviolence
Ultraviolence
Ultraviolence
I can hear sirens, sirens
He hit me and it felt like a kiss
I can hear violins, violins
Give me all of that ultraviolence

We can go back to New York
Loving you was really hard
We could go back to Woodstock
Where they don't know who we are
Heaven is on earth
I will do anything for you, babe
Blessed is this union
Crying tears of gold, like lemonade

I love you the first time
I love you the last time
Yo soy la princesa, comprende mis white lines
'Cause I'm your jazz singer
And you're my cult leader
I love you forever
I love you forever

This is ultraviolence
Ultraviolence
Ultraviolence
Ultraviolence
I can hear sirens, sirens
He hit me and it felt like a kiss
I can hear violins, violins
Give me all of that ultraviolence

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Written by: Daniel Law Heath, Elizabeth Grant

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Dawit Dawit

nice

Most interesting comments from YouTube:

Salo Chelidze

He used to call me DN
That stood for deadly nightshade
Cause I was filled with poison
But blessed with beauty and rage
Jim told me that
He hit me and it felt like a kiss
Jim brought me back
Reminded me of when we were kids

With his ultraviolence
Ultraviolence
Ultraviolence
Ultraviolence
I can hear sirens, sirens
He hit me and it felt like a kiss
I can hear violins, violins
Give me all of that ultraviolence

He used to call me poison
Like I was poison ivy
I could have died right there
Cause he was right beside me
Jim raised me up
He hurt me but it felt like true love
Jim taught me that
Loving him was never enough

With his ultraviolence
Ultraviolence
Ultraviolence
Ultraviolence
I can hear sirens, sirens
He hit me and it felt like a kiss
I can hear violins, violins
Give me all of that ultraviolence

We could go back to New York
Loving you was really hard
We could go back to Woodstock
Where they don't know who we are
Heaven is on earth
I will do anything for you, babe
Blessed is this, this union
Crying tears of gold, like lemonade

I love you the first time
I love you the last time
Yo soy la princesa, comprende mis white lines
Cause I'm your jazz singer
And you're my cult leader
I love you forever,
I love you forever

With his ultraviolence
(lay me down tonight)
Ultraviolence
(in my linen and curls)
Ultraviolence
(lay me down tonight)
Ultraviolence
(Riviera girls)
I can hear sirens, sirens
He hit me and it felt like a kiss
I can hear violins, violins
Give me all of that ultraviolence



Mariana Pereira

He used to call me DN
That stood for Deadly Nightshade
'Cause I was filled with poison
But blessed with beauty and rage
Jim told me that
He hit me and it felt like a kiss
Jim brought me back
Reminded me of when we were kids

With his ultraviolence
Ultraviolence
Ultraviolence
Ultraviolence

I can hear sirens, sirens
He hit me and it felt like a kiss
I can hear violins, violins
Give me all of that ultraviolence

He used to call me Poison
Like I was poison ivy
I could have died right there
'Cause he was right beside me
Jim raised me up
He hurt me but it felt like true love
Jim taught me that
Loving him was never enough

With his ultraviolence
Ultraviolence
Ultraviolence
Ultraviolence

I can hear sirens, sirens
He hit me and it felt like a kiss
I can hear violins, violins
Give me all of that ultraviolence

We can go back to New York
Loving you was really hard
We can go back to Woodstock
Where they don't know who we are
Heaven is on Earth
I will do anything for you, babe
Blessed be this union
Crying tears of gold, like Adam and Eve

I love you the first time
I love you the last time
Yo soy la princesa, comprende mis white lines
'Cause I'm your jazz singer
And you're my cult leader
I love you forever
I love you forever

With his ultraviolence
Ultraviolence
Ultraviolence
Ultraviolence

I can hear sirens, sirens
He hit me and it felt like a kiss
I can hear violins, violins
Give me all of that ultraviolence



All comments from YouTube:

Rosa Q

I think the reason why people don't like this album is cause it's not the regular catchy thing. If you listen, you can realize this is her best album yet. The songs are so much more deep, and meaningful. 

Chloe Estabrook

Rep

Cam

Rosa Q it also raises vibrations in a persons relationships

Ayat Sheikh

This is so true.

Lil Durk

I remember being 19 and in one of the deepest depressions of my life. I had multiple suicide attempts, cut myself, all of that. I was working security at the time and remember hearing leaks of songs like Black beauty online. I was so hyped for Ultraviolence to come out. Then it finally released. I remember hearing cruel world and just knowing that I was gonna be in for a ride. I played this album so many times, especially on rainy nights. I got kicked out of my moms house, was broke, and had no plan for life. I’m older now and am managing my bipolar/depression/anxiety, so admittedly I don’t listen to this album that much anymore, but when i was in that dark place in my mind, this album was home for me. Every now and again I come back to it and listen.

Lilah Eason

This is by far my fave lana album

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Vivian

As a domestic abuse survivor, I can say that I genuinely don't understand the hate this song receives. "He hit me and it felt like a kiss" is also a song by The Crystals that expresses the same message as this song--victims aren't justifying abuse, but when it's happening to them, it's so easy to romanticize it because of the love they feel for their abuser. To me, this was just a gorgeous, powerful song, not some twisted justification for abuse.

turtlestan

@Angela Shinner yo did you even understand what I said in my comment???? 💀 wdym wtf? when did I ever say that any of the things you said weren't true lmao learn to read before giving a wholeass explanation for no reason. you don't have to explain something I already know to me 💀💀💀

Angela Shinner

turtlestan wtf? This song is a sad song if u have any emotions and in this she never said be like me. She says I went through a toxic relationship and it was terrible and it made me feel so depressed that I later came up with such deep sad album and you ask me why I stayed in that relationship for so long? Because I was in love and love had blinded me and all his violence and mean behaviors seemed like attention to me. She’s just describing a toxic relationship.

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