Lana Del Rey has even more to say about death and dying.
While speaking to Billboard, the artist formerly known as Lizzy Grant's tireless campaign to out-melancholy humanity doubled by informing us she was more precocious and reflective as a child than me and you and everyone who ever was.
"It's hard for me sometimes to think about going on when I know we're going to die. I remember being four years old and I'd just seen a show on TV where the person was killed. And I turned to my parents and said, 'Are we all going to die?' They said 'Yes,' and I was totally distraught! I broke down in tears and said, 'We have to move!'"
Indeed, Death's scythe has always been knock, knock, knockin' at Lana's door, or at least in her mind.
She went on to say that her existential dread is SO bad, that her "panic (attacks)... it got worse I saw a therapist - three times. But I'm really most comfortable sitting in that chair in the studio, writing or singing."
I am certainly in no position to offer one advice on mental health care, but methinks you could afford more than three visits to a therapist, Lana.
The singer has discussed her death-obsession in the past, often to criticism.
Last year, she spoke to The Guardian, and said she wished she "was dead already," to be revered like Kurt Cobain. Though Del Rey would deny she made the comment, the Guardian produced a transcript of the conversation.
That little comment was famously reviled by Kurt's only daughter, Frances Bean Cobain, who was essentially like, "Dying young and suicide fucking suck, and neither is chill, Lana."
But, then again, maybe we just need to accept our most famous Lydia Deetz stan in all her billowy glory.