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Listen: Lana Del Rey's new song "Terrence Loves You"

Lana Del Rey performs during amfAR's 21st Cinema Against AIDS Gala on May 22, 2014, in Cap d'Antibes, France.

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"You are what you are," opens Lana Del Rey in her new song "Terrence Loves You."

"I don't matter to anyone."

We know that's not true -- Del Rey's new album has been eagerly awaited since she announced "Honeymoon," out Sept. 18.

The sultry singer also revealed her album art and track list on Instagram. She wrote that fans who pre-order the album can have access to "Terrence Loves You" right away.

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This isn't the first track Del Rey has released music from the new album. She also released "Honeymoon" in July and "High by the Beach" in August.

But "Terrence Loves You" has an extra special place in Del Rey's heart. She told X17Online that it was her favorite song on the album because "it's jazzy."

The song may have more meaning than it seems on the surface. Del Rey sings in the chorus, "And I lost myself when I lost you / And I still get trashed, darling, when I hear your tunes."

Music analysis site Genius suggests that Del Rey may be saying she is still torn up about her ex-fiancé, musician Barrie-James O'Neill.

Listen to her song below.

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