lana del rey

Lana Del Rey’s Love for classical guitar took me a week to record. Her songs are always around 5 minutes long. I intended to do an abbreviated version — ┬ábut I side-effect of my YouTube channel, is that people like to use the audio from my videos to sing along. So, I had to get a mistake-free, unrushed, 5 minute performance.

As always though, Lana’s music fits my guitar like a glove. From that perspective, her vocal lines are tightly packaged with basic chord progressions. It was very easy to figure out and relatively easy to play.

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How to play Love for classical guitar

Love is easy to play on guitar. There are no difficult chord shapes (bar chords) that would thwart a beginner guitar player. Also, Love is a slow, crooning song, so newbies won’t have to rush.

The guitar tab for Love is three pages long, a beautifully spaced so it’s easy to read. My order of play looks like this (in accordance with the guitar tab):

Verse, Interlude, Pre Chorus 2x, Chorus, Chorus End #1

Verse, Interlude, Pre Chorus 2x, Chorus, Chorus End #2 (same)

Bridge 2x, Interlude, Pre Chorus, Chorus, Chorus End #3, Outro 2x, End.

Enjoy, the guitar tab is available below:

Lana Del Rey’s Love is played one full step down. Your tuning is as follows from low to high: D G C F A D.

Lana Del Rey’s Love for classical guitar