A previously unreleased Lana Del Rey song titled 'Never Let Me Go' recently surfaced online, and it sounds like a certain fan favorite. The origins of the track are not known -- it could be a 'Born to Die' outtake, it could be completely brand-new -- but either way, the moody and melodic mid-tempo love song is bound to soundtrack many a summer romance.

The tune features Lana Del Rey singing to her lover with a bit of an us-against-the-world sort of vibe. Over the course of four minutes flat, LDR manages to name drop the mob movie 'Scarface,' the legendary New York club CBGB, the classic punk flick 'Sid and Nancy' and even Los Angeles, saying of the latter, "Drive me in your car until the sky gets big."

Speaking of summer soundtracks, LDR just announced 'National Anthem' as the next single off 'Born to Die,' and we'll go out on a limb right now and say that tune will be getting some serious spins when July 4 rolls around. The singer recently postponed a gig in New York so she could shoot a video for 'Anthem,' which is expected to be officially announced in July. Perfect timing!

Listen to Lana Del Rey's 'Never Let Me Go'