"Cellophane Eyes" as written by Bjorn Bergene, Lise Karlsnes, Claus Larsen and Bard Helgeland....
We were laughing like lizards at a practical joke
'Cause the cigarettes didn't taste like the brand we used to smoke
And the city shone bright like never before

you were Lou Marini, I picked Suzie Q
You said I had no style, but I could borrow some from for you
And the night was a star-lit stage
And the crowd screamed for more, forgiven for sure

Let's imitate life like a tv-star

So strange at night, I got lost in your cellophane eyes
So strange at night, this is a song for our wasted lifes

We were sattillite dancers and go-go girls
The street was a river of indian pearls
I waved to the moon, smiling from the sleepy sky, to our sleepy high

If you break both legs, then still you would run
Elope from the morning and hide from the sun
If this ever comes to and end, I would surely cry
I would lay down and die

Let's imitate life like a tv-star

So strange at night, I got lost in your cellophane eyes
So strange at night, this is a song for our wasted lifes


Lyrics submitted by alice_in_wonderland

"Cellophane Eyes" as written by Bjorn Bergene Bard Helgeland

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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