Brooding and nostalgia are the ropes that bind Lana Del Rey to poetic songwriter Leonard Cohen. That and a willingness to describe sex acts performed on unmade beds – as they are in Cohen’s 1974 classic "Chelsea Hotel No. 2." Covered by Del Rey last year, the slow, impossibly sad song refers to intimate details of his romance with Janis Joplin at the New York artists' hangout. Her quavering voice wraps around it, and latches tightly onto the lyric "You were famous, your heart was a legend." The Chelsea won't take new tenants anymore, but Del Rey still makes herself at home.