"Holly" as written by Andrew Leslie Todd, Timothy Michael Dorney and Samantha Marie Sprackling....
Marilyn baby, wants to be a pop star
She's seventeen, and very unhappy
Frankie baby, used to be a big fish
He's ethnic boy and ain't got no money
And Holly wouldn't be so precious
If the beach bum beauties
Weren't so delicious in Hollywood
Who cares anyway?
Who really cares anyway?
Who cares anyway?
Who really cares anyway?
Frankie baby, sees punks on the sidewalk
Freaks on the freeway
Someone blows a kid away
Have a nice day
Sweet sweet Marilyn
A streetwise heroine
A tricks, a fix, a fix, a tricks, a fix, a fix
She'll do anything
And Holly woudn't be so tragic
When everybody trips the light fantastic
In Hollywood
Who cares anyway? Who really cares anyway?
Who cares anyway? Who really cares anyway?
In the Hollywood bowl of serial killers
Who cares anyway?
Holly don't give a damn
Holly don't give a damn
Who cares anyway? Who really cares anyway?
Who cares anyway? Who really cares anyway?
In the Hollywood bowl of serial killers


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"Holly" as written by Samantha Marie Sprackling Andrew Leslie Todd

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    General CommentDamn good song. Let's face it, Republica OWNS! Any nay-sayers can IM me and tell me I'm wrong, but Republica has some damn good songs. I love thier music, and it's a tragedy that they stopped at two records. Yes, I said TWO. Look into Speedballads on CDNOW.com if you dobut me.
    Codeineon June 13, 2002   Link

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