Midnight, Tokyo, and the girls put on their show
But the boys don’t want to know because they’re too pretty
Downtown, rock and roll but the pills will take their toll
And they still can’t find a home, but it’s their city

Every stripper falls in love, and every hooker has a mum
And she’s just praying for the morning, but that don’t matter now
And every junkie has a heart, and misses someone when it’s dark enough,
But that don’t matter now

Comedown, it’s alright, gather round the disco lights
And you’re safe inside, the karaoke’s running
But I fear what I’ve become when it’s clear that I belong
Where it’s sin and song that keep the money coming

Every dealer gets the blues, and every gangster had to lose someone
They’re praying for the morning, but that don’t matter now,
And every junkie falls apart, and misses someone when it’s dark enough
But that don’t matter now


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Love Hotel song meanings
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