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Lana Del Rey - Norman Fucking Rockwell

[Verse 1]
Goddamn, man-child
You fucked me so good that I almost said "I love you"
You're fun and you’re wild
But you don't know the half of the shit that you put me through
Your poetry's bad and you blame the news
But I can’t change that, and I can't change your mood, ah

[Chorus]
'Cause you're just a man
It's just what you do
Your head in your hands
As you color me blue
Yeah, you're just a man
All through and through
Your head in your hands
As you color me blue
Blue, blue, blue

[Verse 2]
Goddamn, man-child
You act like a kid even though you stand six foot two
Self-loathing poet, resident Laurel Canyon know-it-all
You talk to the walls when the party gets bored of you
But I don't get bored, I just see it through
Why wait for the best when I could have you? You?

"Norman Fucking Rockwell" (stylized in sentence case) is the opening track from Lana Del Rey's sixth studio album of the same name. The song was nominated for Song of the Year at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards. Lyrically, "Norman Fucking Rockwell" features Del Rey singing in the first verse about a relationship with an immature man who won't take responsibility for his own faults, then admitting during the chorus he's convinced her to stay with him, though it saddens her. Del Rey overlooks his obvious faults, singing: "Why wait for the best when I could have you?".

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