Lana Del Rey had to have therapy over her fear of dying.
The 'Born To Die' singer admitted she has panic attacks because of her worries and even saw a therapist for help.
She told Billboard: "It's hard for me sometimes to think about going on when I know we're going to die. Something happened in the last three years, with my panic [attacks]... It got worse.
"I've always been prone to it. 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!'
"I saw a therapist - three times. But I'm really most comfortable sitting in that chair in the studio, writing or singing."
And Lana admitted she has another big fear; she's scared of sharks.
Speaking about her anxiety, she said: "I'm really like my mother, in the sense that I make small lists. To calm myself down. I reward myself. You know, 'If I finish this, then I'll do that' - I'll go for a walk on the beach or swim in the ocean. I go for swims and am actually shocked I do that. Because one thing I'm terrified of is sharks."