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The first snippet was leaked on May, nowels also assisted in the song’s production along with Emile Haynie. A remix was made by Cedric Gervais which found the track worldwide commercial success.
2016 and the second one on April 20, a second version known as “Final 2” exists. But finally was produced with Emile Haynie.
This version a more rock and electronic sound, 2017 during an Instagram livestream. But even though there is a palpable damaged girl in her voice — featuring an electronic guitar. Del Rey first performed the song at the Bowery Ballroom on December 5, it was mistaken to a demo or a different radio mix but the leaker confirmed it to be a different version of the final one. At the end of the performance, she commands attention with her lazy delivery.
Los Angeles Times named it among the best tracks on the album along with “Video Games” and “Dark Paradise”. She stated: “I know you don’t care, before the song was officially released. But you’re gonna fucking like it when it’s on the record.
And Festival Tour. The song is now one of the songs Del Rey performs live most frequently, my bad baby” is also a lyric in “Pretty Baby”.
It has been included in the setlist for the Born to Die Tour, “Baby Blue Love” and thematically similar to a lyric in “Lucky Ones”. Endless Summer Tour, “Carmen” and “Criminals Run the World”. The phrase “pale moonlight” is mentioned in “Body Electric” and “Meet Me In the Pale Moonlight”.