All you Need is an unreleased track recorded between 2006 and 2007. It was track nine for the album Sirens, which Lana recorded under the name May Jailer, an early alter ego....
Sound's good enough
Straight da fuck up you talkin' bout nigga (talkin' bout me)
Montana
Khalifa man
(Snoop Dogg, what up?)

(French Montana)

It's you, it's you it's all for you
Everything I do, I tell you all the time
Heaven is a place on earth with you
Tell me all the things you wanna do (you want)
I heard that you like the bad girls, honey is that true? (Ey, Montana)

Uh, made it lost it came back flipped it
Always faded, lifted
Hit that corner whipped
Hit the dealer, whipped it
Always on it, mind your business
I'm always high, the sky ain't the limit
Ball like Melo, cars all tinted
Chain black and yellow, Pittsburgh Steelers
Sport it knocked it tossed it flipped it (flipped ir)
Took my flow and switched it(switched it)
Took my dough invested (vested)
Your whole life is scripted
All we do is party, drinkin', molly raggin', shawty raggin'
Money come retarted huh, press the button start it up
Tryna be a dope boy ridin' with a coke boy
Strap with the low boy 50 for a show boy (show boy)
Niggas made it rain I made I it snow boy
Started with a dollar and ? Boy
Now a nigga hot got millions in the bank
Crib on the water spend a milly on the tank
Montana piece look silly on the link
Montana and Wiz spend millys on the dank

You, it's you it's all for you
Everything I do, I tell you all the time
Heaven is a place on earth with you (He ain't never made a hundred thousand)
Tell me all the things you wanna do (you don't know what this shit feel like nigga)
I heard that you like the bad girls, honey is that true?

Uh
Smoking weed in my expensive car
I'm ridin' high I'm flyin' high
Told you niggas say the shit you want
So don't even take the chance or try to try my guy
Designer sayin' supplies gettin' low
Weed man say it's kinda dry
Potty mouth, rockstar, at the top and still tryna climb
Drop the top sit back recline
Hundred-K that's just the ride
Fifty-K that's just the chain
Thirty-K that's just the time
Four came that's just in time
That's more racks, that's more racks
Private plane you know that's flyin'
I'm bordin' that I'm boardin' that
Rollin' up smoke roy ridin' with the coke boys
Smoking on strong pack hit it when choke boy
When I'm on the road bottles like dope boy
Police come, I don't really know boy
Half a pound in seven days that's smokin' (that's smokin')
If you ain't bout your family or getting bread you jokin'

It's you, it's you it's all for you
Everything I do, I tell you all the time
Heaven is a place on earth with you (rich niggas shit man)
Tell me all the things you wanna do (niggas who gettin the shit on they know)
(Real self made nigga) I heard that you like the bad girls, Honey is that true?

Pick up the pace, turn up the bass
I'm singing this right in your face
I made the call forgive you 'cause I did this all for you
So whether you do or whether you don't
This gon' bang and this gon' bump
Hit your J or split your blunt, DPG then we turned up
Blue bandana, French Montana
All around the world first class
VIP, bubble bath
Touchdown (touchdown)
Two points
Wide receiver Khalifa bless me with two joints
They told big Dogg, he gotta get up on this hit dog
Turn it up let me hear the beat for a second
Have a few puffs then I breathe on the record
Then we go like merri-go, round and round
This right here is for the underground
I wonder how, I break it down for you

It's you, it's you it's all for you
Everything I do, I tell you all the time
Heaven is a place on earth with you
Tell me all the things you wanna do
I heard that you like the bad girls, honey is that true?

(Lana Del Rey) Heaven is a place on earth with you (Thank you baby)
Montana (Tell me all the things you wanna do)
Did it all for you baby
I heard that you like the bad girls, honey is that true?


Lyrics submitted by BambooBanga, edited by creyk

"All for You" as written by Justin Parker Elizabeth Grant

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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    General Commenti cant believe skksijdsjmdnsjjs
    danisnotonfireon August 22, 2016   Link
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    My InterpretationWhen interpreting this song, we have to keep in mind that Lana wrote it when she was 20 years old, still 7 years away from finding success. This is one of the few songs in which Lana is talking to herself, it was written by Lana Del Rey, to Lana Del Rey.



    You have a right to live your life
    Like no one else does, like no one else might
    If you have visions, come on and live them out



    Obviously, Lana chose an unorthodox way of life, that raised many doubts in her, and the people around her. Pursuing a carreer as a singer is not an easy thing to do, and the chance for success is low. But here, Lana tells herself that it's okay to make this choice, she can live her life the way she wants to, even if it is unusual. She chose to prioritize realizing her dreams, she is willing to do what it takes to live out her visions, she will try and persevere.



    All you need is some peace while you are here
    Just let go until you are home, dear.



    Many people say it is important to make peace with where you are, to find a way to be okay here and now. This song is an attempt to find that peace. Lana tells herself to try to let go of needing a certain outcome to be happy, to just be happy with what she already has. According to certain guides, if you let go of what you want it will just come to you on it's own. She makes that suggestion to herself here. Maybe if she is just happy with what she has, things will get better.



    I had a dream when I was young
    I dreamt our lives were going to be fun
    We were always waiting to live



    It is important to note that when Lana says "we", she refers to herself, the she now and the she from the past together, the young girl whose dreams were dashed upon an unfortunate series of events, divided like a millions stars in the night sky, that she wished on over and over again - sparkling and broken. When she was young and hopeful, she thought her life was going to be a certain way, she applied these new age concepts and phylosophies, focusing her mind away from the world thinking if she just thinks about her dreams enough, she can bring them to reality. So she was always waiting to live. Once I did this enough, once I got what I wanted, then.... I will be a beautiful poet, and life will be fun. She wrote down these lines (we were always waiting to live), disappointed that what she did in fact did not work.



    All you need is some peace while you are here
    Just let go of it all, dear



    Lana is trying to deal with her disappointment over not making the progress she would like to with her life (another notable song dealing with this subject / headspace / feeling is Tired of Singing The Blues), and tries to just make it okay that she failed. She says to herself, well I didn't make it, maybe if I am here and I have a roof over my head, I have nature and my own peace, that will be enough for me, I am trying to let go of these old desires haunting me. (Maybe If I don't need them they will come on their own).



    You have a choice to hear the noise
    Or hear the sweet sound of your sweet voice.
    I know I've heard it, I heard it in my sleep



    You have a choice whether you focus on the noise (negative inner talk, you are disappointment, you did not accomplish what you set out to do). Or the "sweet voice", the positive. The new age teachings that Lana followed do emphasize this distinction. She has heard both before, and is trying to make the right choice.



    Wake up each night at the same time
    Roll up the blind and look outside
    And in the orange light, the fog is rising

    This is life, this tonight, peace in the quiet
    Happiness is the sky



    The last couple of songs are very telling. First of all, we know that Lana used to live a repetitive life. She would read the same books, listen to the same songs, look for consistency. So it makes sense that she always woke up at the same time as well. She looks outside, and sees the beautiful orange light of a sunrise, the fog is just rising, and takes pleasure in the pretty view. We know that Lana loves nature, loves going on walks and drives, or to the beach, finding happiness in the beauty of nature is also mentioned in her Ultraviolence song Black Beauty. Lana is an introvert, she finds harmony in the peace and quiet of being alone (God Knows I Tried also shows this), looks out the window and tries to cheer herself up because even if she doesn't have what she wants, she does have beauty surrounding her at least.



    This song is about choosing happiness in the face of defeat and trying to make do with the good things in life that you do have, even if you don't have it all. It is a very vulnerable song about a painful subject with which everyone can identify and I think it's a wonderful song. Lana's lyrics are delicate and not too obvious, and I love the subtle insight it gives into her headspace at the time.
    creykon June 18, 2018   Link

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