Lana Del Rey shares a fragment of 'Henry, Come On'

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Lana Del Rey shares a fragment of ‘Henry, Come On’

Lana Del Rey can’t stop creating and has shared a new song. Or, at least, a fragment of it, since only 48 seconds can be heard of the acoustic ‘Henry, Come On’.

In ‘Henry, Come On’, Lana sings lethargically accompanied by an acoustic guitar. The subject of her song is a certain Henry whom Lana tries to console: “Did you really think I would be angry with you, if you haven’t done anything wrong?”

The only official information known about ‘Henry, Come On’ is that its producer is Luke Laird, known in the United States for his ties to the world of country and for having produced hits by Carrie Underwood, Blake Shelton and Little Big Town. Laird describes himself as a “follower of Jesus Christ.” Lana and religion, united once again.

On the other hand, Lana has uploaded a story in which she warns that “things are going to be very crazy for a long time.” She does not seem to refer to her confirmation at Coachella, since the publication shows, curiously, a product from SKIMS, Kim Kardashian’s brand.

‘Did you know that there’s a tunnel under Ocean Blvd’, Lana Del Rey’s latest album, is one of the best of 2023, and aspires to win several Grammys in the next edition of the awards, the 66th, which is being held 5th February.

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