"Holly Like Ivy" as written by and Pete Townshend....
I went to Dallas back in 82
The cafe society was numero oui
Surrounded by model, girls and guys in boots
I watched as they conspired taking parking lot dues
Looking back on a cherished memory
A strange conception seems to frontal me
Holly's like ivy
She grows on it

I realize if all the beautiful girls
Were lost like gems, will grow to pearls
Now Holly is behind me,
And I fall from the place
I've got this burning sensation
As she brushed my things
Looking back on a cherished memory
A strange conception seems to frontal me
Holly's like ivy
She grows on it

(guitar solo)
Looking back on a cherished memory
A strange conception seems to frontal me
Holly's like

I know I must hurry back there
And look for Holly with her long brown hair
I was brit by some relief
All I want for Christmas is her two front teeth
Looking back on my cherished memory
A strange conception seems to frontal me
Holly's like ivy
She grows on it
Holly's like ivy
Grows


Lyrics submitted by ButNeverOutgunned

"Holly Like Ivy" as written by Peter Dennis Blandfor Townshend

Lyrics © Spirit Music Group

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