"Hollywood" as written by Rebecca Rose Johnson, Jonathan James Yip, Jeremy L Reeves and Ray Romulus....
Somebody told me Hollywood was slowly burning
So I went with my own eyes to see
And I landed in places
Where the makeup on the faces
Was telling stories in color TV
But it’s hard to believe you can’t find what you’re looking for anymore

Somebody told me not to spend it all on Sunday
So I went with my own eyes to see
That the doors had stayed open
For praying and hoping
Come and get you share if you have a care
Oh no, but it’s hard to believe that you can’t find what you’re looking for anymore

And the way that I make is my own
But I know what I’m in for
And it’s hard to know how to get home
But I know what I’m in for

I heard a lot of talk about a revolution
So I went with my own eyes to see
I’m confused by the cause
Such expensive applause
Pays for so many problems I see
But it’s hard to believe you can’t find what you’re looking for, oh no

And the way that I make is my own
But I know what I’m in for
And it’s hard to know how to get home
But I know what I’m in for
And it’s hard to know how to get home
But I know what I’m in for



Lyrics submitted by tinydancer212

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