Eat My Uke

Lana Del Ray – Born To Die

The beautiful singer songwriter gets the ukulele treatment. She had a number of stage names before settling on Lana Del Rey. Before she became a household name, Lana Del Rey was known as Lizzy Grant. (Her full name is Elizabeth Woolridge Grant.) But before settling on her current moniker, the singer toyed with a number of different stage names including Sparkle Jump Rope Queen and May Jailer. She finally settled on Lana Del Rey during a trip to Miami with her sister, where she realized she “wanted a name that sounded sort of exotic and reminded me of like the seaside on the Floridian coast.”

This video is part of a project I’m working on. I’m learning to play my favourite albums on a ukulele. If you enjoyed it why not check out some other classic albums that I arranged. Like Lorde and Kayne West. 

Are you interested to know what kind of ukuleles i use to make all my videos?

LANA DEL RAY UKULELE TABS

Not sure how to read these? Check out this guide and you will be learning these ukulele tabs in no time.

born to die

summertime sadness

lolita

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EASY TO PRINT PDF TABS

All the TABs come in a very easy to read and print format. These are perfect if you are a teacher and you want to share them with students.

BACKING TRACKS

Each TAB also comes with the backing tracks so you can play along. They come in 2 versions, one with ukulele and one without the ukulele.

UPDATED WEEKLY

These TABs are an accompaniment to my YouTube channel that i upload to weekly. You can expect a diverse range of albums from rock, pop, hip-hop, folk, indie and everything in between.