"Talent For Fame" as written by John Farnham, Ross Fraser and Richard Marx....
Holed up in a motel, only she knows why
Stars dancing in her eyes
Wants her fifteen minutes, so much she could cry
She'll take it on at any price

She was somebody's mother, somebody's wife
Now she's only headline news
By her own admission, it had all been a lie
Now she fairly stands accused

They found her by the road, her hands were tied
Was she the victim or the mastermind?

Oh, she's gonna be someone
Everyone will know her name
Knew what she wanted all along
She's got a talent for fame

Took her down Broad Beach
And made her sign her name
Many said, she went too far
Now she's famous in her Penthouse
A legend in her mind
She's gonna be a country star

She knows she's gonna have to leave this town
Is she ever gonna live this down?

Oh, she's gonna be someone
Everyone will know her name
Knew what she wanted all along
She's got a talent for fame

She's gonna be someone
She told everyone, she just wants to be a star

This is what she wanted all along
She's gonna take the chance before it's gone

Oh, she's gonna be someone
Everyone will know her name
Knew what she wanted all along
She's got a talent, she's got a talent for fame

Oh, she's gonna be someone
Everyone will know her name
Knew what she wanted all along
She's got a talent, she's got a talent for fame

Oh, she's gonna be someone
Everybody knows her name
Knew what she wanted all along
She's got a talent, a talent for fame

Oh, she's gonna be someone
Everybody, everybody knows her name
Knew what she wanted all along



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"Talent for Fame" as written by Richard Marx John Farnham

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