Body Electric

Body Electric

Lana Del Rey

Elvis is my daddy, Marilyn’s my mother,
Jesus is my bestest friend.
We don’t need nobody, ‘cause we got each other,
Or at least I pretend.

We get down every Friday night,
Dancin’ and grindin’ in the pale moonlight.
Grand all the prayer, feelin’ alright,
Mary prays the rosary for my broken mind.

I sing the body electric,
I sing the body electric, baby.
I sing the body electric,
I sing the body electric,
Sing the body electric,
Sing the body electric.
I’m on fire,
I sing the body electric

Whitman is my daddy, Monaco’s my mother,
Diamonds are my bestest friend.
Heaven is my baby, suicide’s her father,
Opulence is the end.

We get down every Friday night,
Dancin’ and grindin’ in the pale moonlight.
Grand all the prayer, feelin’ alright,
Mary prays the rosary for my broken mind.

I sing the body electric,
I sing the body electric, baby.
I sing the body electric,
I sing the body electric,
Sing the body electric.
Sing the body electric.
I’m on fire,
I sing the body electric

My clothes still smell like you,
And all the photographs say, we’re still young.
I pretend I’m not hurt,
And go about the world like I’m havin’ fun.
We get crazy every Friday night,
Drop it like it’s hot in the pale moonlight.
And when I pray, feelin’ alright,
Mary swayin’ softly, to her hearts delight.

I sing the body electric,
I sing the body electric, baby.
I sing the body electric,
I sing the body electric,
Sing the body electric.
Sing the body electric.
I’m on fire,
Sing the body electric.

I sing the body electric, baby.
I sing the body electric, baby.
I sing the body electric, baby.

Written by Grant, Elizabeth / Nowels, Rick
Published by EMI Music Publishing

Lyrics Provided By LyricFind Inc.

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