Lana Del Rey fans reveal violent lyrics to new song ‘Honeymoon’

Song is believed to be the title track to third Del Rey album

Lana Del Rey fans have revealed what appears to be the lyrics to new song ‘Honeymoon’.

Lyrics to ‘Honeymoon’, which is also believed to be the title of the singer’s forthcoming third album, are printed in a book being sold at the ‘Endless Summer’ tour Del Rey is currently on in the US alongside support act Courtney Love.

‘Honeymoon’s lyrics are filled with romantic and violent imagery with Del Rey talking to a man with “guns that blaze around” him and saying “it’s not fashionable for you to love me”. The song features the repeated refrain of “we make the rules.” See Stereogum for pictures from the Endless Summer booklet and read the lyrics in full below.

“We both know that it’s not fashionable for you to love me
But you don’t go ’cause truly there’s nobody for you but me
We could cruise to the blues — Wilshire Boulevard if we choose.
Or whatever you want to do, we make the rules.

We both know the history of violence that surrounds you
But I’m not scared, there’s nothing to lose now that I’ve found you
We could cruise to the news — Pico Poulevard in your used
Little bullet car if we choose, Mr. Born to Lose

Our honeymoon
Our honeymoon
Our honeymoon
Say you want me too
Say you want me too
Dark blue.
Dark blue.

There are violets in your eyes
There are guns that blaze around you
There are roses in between my thighs
And a fire that surrounds you
It’s no wonder every man in town
Had neither fought nor found you
Everything you do is elusive
Even to your honey dew

Our honeymoon
Our honeymoon
Our honeymoon
Dreaming away your life
Dreaming away your life
Dreaming away your life”

Reports have previously stated that Del Rey has written nine tracks for her next album already, which she says will be “very different” to ‘Ultraviolence’.

Lana Del Rey has reportedly recruited the services of producer Mark Ronson for the album.

The Endless Summer tour will continue through the summer in the US and Canada with Grimes set to replace Love as the support act. They’ll play dates in Chicago, Toronto, Detroit and other major cities together.