In honor of the release of Lana Del Rey’s new album, Honeymoon, I have collected a number of her songs that do not appear on her own albums.
First there is her soundtrack work, “Young and Beautiful” from The Great Gatsby . . .
. . . “Once Upon a Dream” from Maleficent . . .
. . . “Big Eyes” . . .
. . . ans “I Can Fly” from Big Eyes . . .
. . . and “Life Is Beautiful” from the Age of Adaline . .
. . . which many of us hoped would be a bonus track on Honeymoon. No such luck.
In 2010, Lana Del Rey appeared on Mando Diao’s Unplugged show on European MTV to sing their song “Chet Baker” . .
. . . and duet on “Gloria” (not the classic Them song covered by so many garage bands):
Lana Del Rey did a cameo on Bobby Womack’s last album:
She also appeared on Emile Haynie’s solo album:
Of course, Haynie co-produced much of Del Rey’s Born to Die album.
And just recently, Del Rey sang with The Weeknd:
Finally, Cheryl Cole recorded the Del Rey-written “Ghetto Baby: