"Fashion & Fame" as written by John Carringto Brewster Jones, Rick Brewster and Bernard Patrick Neeson....
Tonight, nobody came-Fame, Fashion
Dreams of yesterday- fame, fashion
Fashion and fame

Nobody came, empty seats tonight
Somebody said,"The'll all be here tomorrow"
You were a high-flying whirlwind
Talk of the town
Lost in the heart of the flame
Had a lover in Paris
A pad in New York
That's the shifting, changing, shattering world of fame, fashion, fashion and fame

Darling of the hip set out of control
Victim of pleasure and pain
Dance to please, love in threes,
In the shifting, changing, shattering world of fame, fashion, fashion and fame

They're taking photographs of you
And the style of things you do.
Fashion and fame


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"Fashion & Fame" as written by John Carringto Brewster Jones Bernard Patrick Neeson

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Spirit Music Group

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    General CommentThis song is AMAZING, sad this is the only comment.

    I reckon its a fun song about young life, parties, being cool, hanging out with mates. Lol that's what I think but it sums up my life so far
    xXbrokengirlXxon June 03, 2009   Link

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