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=='''Intro'''==
 
=='''Intro'''==
   
[[File:Nokungfu.jpg|thumb|left|148px]]Yayo is a song Lana has previously expressed a great love for. This is probably why [[File:Lizzy_Grant_Kill_Kill.jpeg|thumb|150px]]it has been reused so often. It has been featured on [[No Kung Fu]] (a demo version), the [[Kill Kill EP]], the [[Lana Del Ray a.k.a. Lizzy Grant]] album, and the Paradise Edition of the [[Born To Die Album|Born to Die album]] (a remastered version). Live versions can also be found, including a special [[File:BornToDieParadiseEdition-e1348513451699.jpg|thumb|left|150px]]rock version. [[File:Lanadelrayakalizzygrant.jpg|thumb|150px]]
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[[File:Nokungfu.jpg|thumb|left|148px]]Yayo is a song Lana has previously expressed a great love for. This is probably why [[File:Lizzy_Grant_Kill_Kill.jpeg|thumb|150px]]it has been reused so often. It has been featured on the [[No Kung Fu]] EP (a demo version), the [[Kill Kill EP]], the [[Lana Del Ray a.k.a. Lizzy Grant]] album, and the Paradise Edition of the [[Born To Die Album|Born to Die album]] (a remastered version).
   
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It was written by Grant herself and is 5 minutes 45 seconds long. It is registered on ASCAP.
'Yayo' may refer to 'yeyo', another name for cocaine. This seems likely given the running theme of abusive substances in her songs.
 
   
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Live versions can also be found, as well as a special [[File:BornToDieParadiseEdition-e1348513451699.jpg|thumb|left|150px]]rock version. [[File:Lanadelrayakalizzygrant.jpg|thumb|150px]]
   
 
'Yayo' may refer to 'yeyo', another name for cocaine. This seems likely given the running theme of abusive substances in her songs.
<u>Alt. Titles</u>: None
 
   
<u>Written and Produced By</u>: Elizabeth Grant
 
   
<u>Length</u>: 4:17 (demo version, 2007), 5:45 (Kill Kill EP and Lana Del Ray a. k. a. Lizzy Grant album version, 2008) and 5:21 (Paradise version, 2012).
 
   
   
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Let me put on a show for you, daddy<br />Let me put on a show<br />Let me put on a show for you, tiger<br />Let me put on a show
 
Let me put on a show for you, daddy<br />Let me put on a show<br />Let me put on a show for you, tiger<br />Let me put on a show
[[Category:Paradise Songs]]
 

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