Community·Posted on Aug 6, 2019All Of Lana Del Rey's Covers Are Amazing And We Need To Talk About ThemEverything Lana Del Rey touches turns into shades of cool.by testing_testingCommunity ContributorApproved and edited by BuzzFeed Community TeamFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. "Season of the Witch" View this video on YouTube youtube.com This cover of Donovan's song, "Season of the Witch," was basically written for Lana Del Rey. Plus, it's going to be featured in the upcoming film, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. We knew Lana's voice was haunting, but this takes it to a whole other level. 2. “Blue Velvet” View this video on YouTube youtube.com Bobby Vinton may have first popularized this song in 1963, but Lana Del Rey perfected it in 2012. The music video was a brand collab with H&M and gives us the sad Hollywood glamour vibes we've all come to know, love, and expect from this timeless artist. 3. “Doin' Time” View this video on YouTube youtube.com Lana's music has always been sublime, so it was only a matter of time before she covered an actual Sublime song. "Not a day goes by that I don’t listen to at least one Sublime song," Lana says. 4. “Summer Wine” View this video on YouTube youtube.com At this point, Lana Del Rey should just go ahead and cover Nancy Sinatra’s entire discography. Back when Lana was first becoming Lana, she referred to herself as a "gangster Nancy Sinatra," and we want more of those vibes! 5. “Heart-Shaped Box” View this video on YouTube youtube.com Nirvana is basically untouchable — except for that time Lana Del Rey covered “Heart-Shaped Box.” At first, Courtney Love was not having it. "You do know the song is about my Vagina right? So umm next time you sing it, think about my vagina will you?” Love tweeted. The two ended up becoming buddies, and Lana graciously let Courtney open up for her Endless Summer tour. 6. “Once Upon a Dream” View this video on YouTube youtube.com Wait, Lana Del Rey didn’t time travel back to 1958 to write Disney’s Sleeping Beauty track, “Once Upon a Dream"? This evocative cover helped bring the story behind Maleficent's character to light with vocals reminiscent of Marilyn Monroe's "Happy Birthday Mr. President" performance. 7. “You Must Love Me” View this video on YouTube youtube.com While many people were surprised by Lana's cover of an Evita song, Andrew Lloyd Webber was actually one of Lana's early inspirations. In her unreleased song, "Serial Killer," Del Rey references Webber's Phantom of the Opera several times. When the inevitable Evita remake comes, maybe Lana Del Rey will put her hat in the ring for the iconic role. 8. And lastly, “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood” View this video on YouTube youtube.com Only Lana Del Rey could take a stab at a Nina Simone song and make it sound like her own. No matter what genre or iconic musician she's borrowing from, she always manages to imbibe her soul into the essence of the music. I wonder what covers we can expect next from this old soul?