"Hollywood Ending" as written by and Abigail Anne Tucker....
You stay on 'till you're good and raw
Go back and forth, a little see saw
Praying that this ride will end
But when it does you go again

Can't get that monster
Out of my mind
She's got my hair and
She's got my eyes
She follows me wherever I go
Speaking for me and
Wearing my clothes

You hang on 'till your hands are sore
Blistering but you still want more
You think there's something here for you
Go out and buy yourself a clue

In Hollywood where all the lights are low
And truth's as rare as the winter snow
She wanted a place arid as her soul
Where her only job was never to grow old

When the lights are shining
Will you see me skin
Or just the shell that
I'm packaged in
I've held my tongue
And I've hid my sores
If I'm less of myself
Will you love me more


Lyrics submitted by light_rail_coyote

"Hollywood Ending" as written by Abigail Anne Tucker

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    General CommentI just love this song! It's a great shot at the fakeness and snobbishness of Hollywood, and also a kind of relieving reminder that after 6 albums and several offers from major record labels, these ladies would never compromise themselves for fame and fortune.
    StephNJon May 12, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI agree! >_
    agree_to_disagreeon October 24, 2005   Link
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    General Commentgreat song, its about impersonation
    no bg lyrics?
    dejavulaon August 01, 2007   Link

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