Lana Del Rey's Two Unreleased Tracks Surface Online
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One of the never-before-heard songs is co-written by Lana and Longpigs' frontman Crispin Hunt.

AceShowbiz - Two unreleased %cLana Del Rey% songs have been leaked online. One of the never-before-heard songs titled "Resistance" is co-written by Lana and %cLongpigs%' frontman %cCrispin Hunt%. The other one is titled "Children of the Bad Revolution". Both songs were produced in 2010.

In "Resistance", Lana finds herself singing about the shiniest parts of love. "Oooh baby, when you call me, I come to/ From dreams I'll wake, and I'm waiting for you/ Oooh baby, when you call me, I come to/ I jump through hula hoops of fire just to get to you/ You're making me crazy, oh little baby/ Shut your complaining, aye-aye-aye-aye," she sings.

The song was likely produced in the same sessions as "Every Man Gets His Wish". It is registered to the International Standard Music Work Code.

The newly leaked demo of "Children of the Bad Revolution", written and produced by Lana, %cJames Dring% and %cJody Street%, features different lyrics from previously leaked snippets. The lyrics include, "Flashy little lush/ But he loves me 'cause I'm fine/ I party really hard/ But I'm workin' overtime/ He's just as bad as me/ 'Cause he shine, shine, shines/ Like a light, but he's not that bright/ But he's mine."

Lana released her fourth studio album "Honeymoon" in September 2015. It featured tracks "Music to Watch Boys To", "Terrence Loves You", "High by the Beach" and a cover of %cNina Simone%'s "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood".

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