A Polydor Records Release / An Interscope Records Release in the USA; ℗ 2020 Lana Del Rey, under exclusive licence to Universal Music Operations Limited
Let Me Love You Like a Woman - Single Tracklist:
After NFR, I was expecting a continuation of the mature themes and lyricism that she built upon for the majority of that album. I don’t really know what happened here, but this a step down. It’s not bad, but it sounds like something she’d release several years ago. The melody also doesn’t have the same punch or personality as anything on NFR.
I’m totally in love with this song! I think this is best song that she’s released since Born to Die and Paradise! I’m hoping the whole album is going to be similar to this and maybe a Born to Die sequel!! She deserves a Grammy for once and I hope this is it!
It’s great to be alive and to be amongst the living. This songs is reflective of her true self .... easily anxious, frustrated with a tendency to flee, longing for love and a hopeless romantic. I love how she says we all should be so fragile since fragility makes us appreciate the value of life even more.