Down on the West Coast They got a saying "If you’re not drinking Then you’re not playing” But you’ve got the music You’ve got the music in you Don’t you?
Down on the West Coast I get this feeling like It all could happen That’s why I’m leaving You for the moment You for the moment Boy blue Yeah, you
You’re feeling hot at the show I’m feeling hot to the touch You say you’ll miss me the most I say I’ll miss you so much Something keeps me real quiet I’m alive I’m a-lush Your love, your love, your love
I can see my baby swinging His Parliament’s on fire and his hands are up On the balcony and I’m singing Ooh baby, ooh baby, I’m in love I can see my sweet boy swaying He’s crazy y cubano, como yo, my love On the balcony and I’m saying Move baby, move baby, I’m in love I’m in love
Down on the West Coast They got their icons Their silver starlets Their Queens of Saigon But you’ve got the music You’ve got the music in you Don’t you?
Down on the West Coast They love their movies Their Golden Dozen Rock ‘n’ roll groupies And you’ve got the music You’ve got the music in you Don’t you?
You push it hard I pull away I’m feeling hot and on fire I guess that no one ever really made me feel that much higher Te deseo, cariño Boy, it’s you I desire Your love, your love, your love
Lana Del Rey cover’s the Disney classic ‘Once Upon A Dream’ for the official soundtrack to the upcoming film Maleficent. It’s dark, twisted, and hauntingly beautiful in a way only Lana could have delivered.