Lana Del Rey: Lolita Meaning
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Would you be my baby tonight?
Could be kissing my fruit punch lips in the bright sunshine
'Cause I like quite a lot, everything you got
Don't you know? It's you that I adore
Though I make the boys fall like...
anonymous Nov 8th, 11:50pm report
I feel like lolita is about a younger girl who fell in love with someone who is older, but because of her "love", she doesn't really know that she is being used. She's naive and she thinks she's being an "adult" and "mature" when she is really getting taken advantage of. Unlike the book, with the male falling in love with a 12-year-old. I like to think of this song as the opposite of the girl ignoring all the comments given to her, and being involved with someone with a much intense and more mature thinking process. I think the girl knows their "relationship" is wrong since they seem to always meet in private and it's always dark, And the make entertains it and encourages it.
anonymous Mar 31st, 2020 3:37am report
Just like Lana’s song “Cola”, Lolita is a dig at her fake reputation of ‘liking older men’. She does so by taking a reference at one of the most scandalous novel of the time, Lolita.
anonymous Dec 19th, 2018 12:15am report
She just loves/or wants to fuck a fucking old guy what's more to interpret.
anonymous Aug 19th, 2018 8:16pm report
A girl who loves someone and she knows that it is risky but they still go ahead with it she has all of the other boys falling for her but she loves this one man and nothing can stop the feelings they have as she is young and wants to grow up to fast
anonymous Aug 16th, 2016 8:50am report
Lolita is about the film Lolita
anonymous Jun 4th, 2014 6:32am report
I believe this song is about the actual book "Lolita" if you think about it….
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