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Sirens
May-Jailer-Sirens
Lana Del Rey as May Jailer
Released 2006
Recorded 2005-2006
Length 53:08



"Is this what you wished,
To leave me behind?"


IntroEdit

For K is an unreleased track recorded in the mid noughties. It was Track One for the album Sirens, which Lana recorded under the name May Jailer, an early alter ego of hers. It is descibed as Indie/Alternative Folk.

The song is alternatively known as Sirens, most likely giving the album its name.

Alt. Titles: Sirens, For K Part 1, leaked as Track One

Written and Produced By: Elizabeth Grant

Length: 2:51

LyricsEdit

It was a drive-by sunday night,
Most of us were in bed alright
I turned down the light,
Then I heard the sirens interrupt the silence


Is this what you wished,
To commit a crime?
Is this what you wished,
To commit a crime?
Is this what you wished,
To commit a crime, commit a crime, commit a crime?


You was a nice guy, really bright,
Making money's hard to do right
Guilty was his plight,
Now he's in a jail cell first some 30 years now


Is this what you wished,
To be serving time?
Is this what you wished,
To be serving time, serving time, serving time?


K's a friend of mine
I think about him as he does time
Miss his white wine,
Funny how I feel free even though it's not me


Is this what you wished,
To leave me behind?
Is this what you wished,
To leave me behind, me behind, me behind?


Last year they decided
That his time is up and then he got retried
Double homicide,
Sent him on a death row not to hang around, no


Is this what you wished,
Did you wanna die?
Is this what you wished,
Did you wanna die?
Is this what you wished,
Did you wanna die, wanna die, wanna die?
Did you wanna die, wanna die, wanna die?

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