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Lyrics submitted by thrwmyhrtawy. Log in now to tell us what you think this song means. Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. Log in. Mixtapes Forums Lyrics Artists add Journals. Artists - L. Lana Del Rey — Ride. Read More Edit Wiki. Ride song meanings. Add your thoughts 24 Comments. Lana del rey ride Comment This song has everything to do with relationships and seeking security in other people.

In the video she has multiple relationships with Lana del rey ride men. Lana makes several notations towards her father. You can be my full time, daddy" She is lost Nude photo of nayantara free and want the man Lana del rey ride give her security as a father would do.

She needs someone and is tired of feeling crazy for that. She "rides" meaning she detaches herself from the situation and feeling lonely. It's almost like she knows she's lonely and she uses being a free spirit as a cover-up. Just ride and carry on.

She so desperately needs to be love, Lana del rey ride wouldn't have to ride, and act as though she doesn't care if one particularly person would stay. If you listen to the monologue in the being of the song, you'll understand exactly what she means. No Replies Log in to reply. There was an error. My Interpretation "For home to be wherever you lie your head" I think this song is about having this inner complexity and depth that is making you want to free yourself form your mind, and at the same time try to fit in in this shallow society of today.

It's about people looking at you like you're crazy because Lana del rey ride don't understand you. It's about wanting to find a home, some inner comfort, but at the same time knowing you will never be able to do that so you just ride, just go, just let go of all conventions and morals. There's Lana del rey ride torment in being like this, having this rich capital of emotions, thoughts and wants but it's also how you know you are alive. To go through the hardships of life, experience pain and hurt and to be able to detach yourself from it.

And to use that as a part of your life, to Lana del rey ride the pain into something raw and beautiful, to turn it into art. And there's no point of striving to be ordinary, to live simple so you just ride.

I think lana is a highly sensitive person, or maybe she just wants to be. In any case, it's a beautiful song and essentially it's about finding an inner peace, a peace of mind and to feel fulfilled. Lana is an amazing artist ive got to say. She's relatable at every level. Flag holachiika on November 12, I really, really loved your analysis of the song. It's really beautiful. I really love this song so, so much for many reasons as to which you've described -- and I'm glad someone else loves it on that level as much as I do : Flag theluckyones on November 15, General Comment I don't really care what this song is about but my god is it just about the most beautiful thing I have ever heard.

Lana's voice and the tragedy she invokes is just amazing. Here I am a man approaching 40 with no problems in his life who just starts to cry when he hears this incredible desperation Lana del rey ride joy of a song. I Lana del rey ride give anything to be that hairy biker, living free with Lana. My Interpretation Lana del rey ride this song so much.

So beautiful. Makes me cry. I think it's when you know so much is wrong and fucked up about your life and there's so much you want to change, all these little things and some big things but you have no idea where to begin and so all you want to do is just drive or ride and keep moving. My interpretation anyway. My Interpretation Okay, this is Fat black mature women nude and the other interpretations are also good but if you read this cool.

At a first listen the song is obviously about a female drifter Lana del rey ride fun and crisscrossing the road but this is one of those songs where the story acts as a context for the themes. Part 1, "Ive been out on that open road, you can be my full-time daddy, white and gold": The narrator is feeling alone on the road and is trying to find her place. She is desperate to feel companionship and like she matters to somebody having sacrificed so much for this life.

All the way up to the chorus she talks about how the only thing she had to keep her company was the "singing the blues" and "one pretty song". Part 2, "Dying young and I'm playing hard, that's how my father made his life an art" : Here the narrator is focusing on the good aspects of drifting around. She can play hard and drink all day. By saying that she's gonna die young though she is aware her lifestyle is risky and self-destructive but she is a free spirit who couldn't care less and by calling this life an art shows that she wouldn't have it any other way.

Part 3, "I'm tired of feeling like I'm fucking crazy": At this point the narrator explains why she is doing all of this in the first place. She is obviously an outcast and considered a freak and the act of running away from it all and living life her way is the only way for her to stay sane and happy.

Part 4, "Chorus": I also think that she isn't just running away from the world but from herself too. She captures the essence of freedom, excitement and rebellion mixed Lana del rey ride alienation and the sense of aimlessness that comes with roaming the roads. If you fancy yourself an artist or scientist; a maverick, freak, free-spirit or adventurer trapped in by the constraints of society than this song is about letting loose.

Just lie back, listen to Lana's beautiful voice and imagine the crisp air blowing Teen girl caught smoking your hair and all the wacky characters you will meet along the way as you let loose.

Great Song!! I completely agree, and I would just like to say that I fucking love how you said it could be the soundtrack to the lives of James Dean of Jack Kerouac. I love James Dean and On the Road is one of my favorite books in the world. I agree. I really like how she combines both the romantic and the gritty aspects of the theme. Flag troubadour13 on July 23, My Interpretation "Dying young and playing Lana del rey ride, that's how my father made his life an art" To me it sounds like she's singing about Elvis and not her biological father, cause her biological father is very much alive.

The reason why I suspect this is because in her song "Body Electric" Lana del rey ride sings: "Elvis is my daddy, Marilyn's my mother - Jesus is my bestest friend. Maybe Lana del rey ride she's inspired by the way Elvis lived.

Brilliant observation! I was trying to make sense of this phase and failing before you mentioned it. Flag asortofdream on June 15, I think you're right, she imagines that her "real" family is Elvis, Marilyn, and Jesus.

General Comment I think riding in the context of this song refers to escaping an overwhelming sense of doom by running or rather, riding away from problems. However, you can't really run away from your problems. Unless your choose to change yourself your problems will always catch up to you eventually.

It also sounds like she's finding freedom among outlaws. The homeless nomads are every bit as at war with themselves as she is with herself. She's learned to find liberation in the realization that life itself is transient so one is free to live fast and die young. My Interpretation This song is simply about being a social reject, being someone who doesn't fit in in the society. After trying so hard to fit in, she just decided to go and "ride".

This song breaks my heart. It's like someone who have been trying so hard to fit in and to get people to understand her. Even the "don't break me down" part sounds like she's begging people to just stop leaving or judging her for what Lana del rey ride is and just accept and take her. And in the beginning of the music video, Lana explain something about having double personality or something?

I can't really remember, but I think that's also one of the important element in this song: turning to alcohols and drugs to run away from your problems- "Been trying hard not to get into trouble, but I, I've got a war in my mind. My Interpretation For me Ashley greene leaked nude just like, a desperate need to find security and love in someone.

I think that's waaaay to much references to her dad, it may be as her father couldn't give her the security and love Lana del rey ride needed so she tried to find it in other men especially the older ones. Rate These Lyrics. Log in now to add this track to your mixtape!

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