"Just Like Anything" as written by Saul Hudson, Ryan Roxie, Johnny D Griparic, Matthew J Laug, Rod Jackson and Jack Douglas....
Captain Jack was a suicide pimp with a nonstop nosebleed
Fell in love with a church choir tramp
Found out she was a drag queen

Crown him the Hollywood kid
Spent his time in another man's bed
Does anybody care
He said-he said

Jimmy Jaw took a ten story dive, about sixteen thousand feet
I watched the body go splat and they scraped him off the street

Now he's a Hollywood kid tryin' to fly
They found him dead
Was anybody there
He said-he said

Stars laid out on the Hollywood Squares
Going 'round and 'round like musical chairs
But be ready to rumble
Be ready to fight, if you want to live through the boulevard night
Get ready for problems, get ready for pain
If you want to play the L.A. game
Where you got to hustle and nothing is fair
Be a chalk outline on a Hollywood Square

Lady Faye back in '52 was a fiend for fame
Not a lick of talent, paid dues, got fucked by John Wayne

Crown her the Hollywood queen, she gives head in every scene
Did anybody stare
She said-she said

Stars laid out on the Hollywood Squares
Going 'round and 'round like musical chairs
But be ready to rumble
Be ready to fight, if you want to live through the boulevard night
Get ready for problems, get ready for pain
If you want to play the L.A. game
Where you got to hustle and nothing is fair
Be a chalk outline on a Hollywood Square


Lyrics submitted by Shangri La Dee Da

"Just Like Anything" as written by John Douglas Jack Douglas

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., POCKET LAUG MUSIC

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