In honour of Lana Del Rey’s upcoming album Ultraviolence, someone has created a Lana Del Rey song-name generator. Unsurprisingly, it’s both hilarious and addictive. Similar to the John Travolta name generator that followed his Adele Nazeem slip up, this uses a formula to create new songs upon every time the song generator is visited reports Gigwise.
Each song title pairs up word that can’t be used as an adjective with a noun that is both weird and slightly sad. This creates Lana Del Rey sounding song titles like the following:
For whatever reason a lot of the titles include our favourites foods like Taco Bell and Nutella. We don’t hate it. The more important problem here is that Lana Del Rey doesn’t have a song called “Nutella Widow.” We would be able to relate.
The real titles of tracks featured on the 27-year-old’s upcoming album are “Cruel World,” “Money Power Glory,” “Brooklyn Baby,'” and “Fucked My Way Up To The Top.” Ultraviolence is scheduled to drop June 16.