Beware: some people might find this theory extra so of you can't take it, leave now. But, I think Lust For Life and Love is connected, which is no news, many people have speculated that. But lfl is not after love. Lfl obviously was released after love, but they were not released in chronological order. Yes, the ending to love and beginning to lfl are similar, but that's to make them connected, not necessarily in that order. See, in the ending of Love, there's a black hole in the sky. We later see that the black hole in lfl is Lana's pupil. Let me explain: In Love, lana sings it's enough to be young and in love. "Don't worry baby" is a repeated phrase, and throughout the song, Lana comforts her fans, the teens in the video (aka us, her fans, this generation of youth) and sort of watched over us. This explains why the black hole is located above everyone at the ending of the Love video. It did not make sense then, it just seemed like a plante covering the sun. But the lfl video reveals that this is her eye. Which means: she's literally watching over us. Many people have come forward to Lana explaining what they've been dealing with, and she has attracted a fan base who's come to Lana for comfort when struggeling. And she wants to give back, showing that she really cares. Which also explains why Love is so futurustic, on another planet, while lfl seems to be om earth. Because Love is actually the future. Lana will be watching over us. Back to the lfl video, this does not come after love, but vice versa. In Love, Lana is already "gone", but lfl is a flashback, telling a story. The story of when she lost herself when she lost her boyfriend. I do not think Lana promotes suicide. But lfl is rather about the concept of when you lose someone, you feel like you die yourself, that you have to give up yourself as well. Which she did to her previous boyfriends. She was obsessed with her boyfriend and didn't feel her individual value. That's the lesson she wants to teach us in Love: she did the mistake to let herself die when she lost her boyfriend, but in the future; in Love, she's warning us, telling us our individual value is enough. It's enough to be young and in love.