The song “Lemonade” was written by Beyoncé and was written for her sister Lemonade and her husband, Kanye West, in the late 1990s, before they became engaged.
It has since been used in a number of songs, including “Famous,” “Runaway,” and “Havana.”
The song has been used by Beyonce, her husband Kanye West and their sister Beyoncé West, who is married to Drake.
The lyrics on the song are, in part, about the difficulties of relationships and the loss of the relationship.
But in addition to its lyrics, the song contains a scene where Lemonade is driving in a car that has just been struck by a car, causing it to crash.
The car is seen in the background, and it is revealed that Lemonade has a boyfriend.
The song is also mentioned in the opening credits of the film “A Walk Among the Tombstones.”
The credits have the lyrics “When I see her, I see a light” and “I know she will always be there for me.”
The lyrics are also referenced in “Beyoncé: Forever.”
In the song, a woman is in a white car, a car with a red, white and blue light.
The woman’s car is in the back of the car with the lyrics, “I’ll never let her go.”