"Hollywood Hill" as written by and Kt Tunstall....
Everybody's got to be somebody here
'Cause everybody wants to be someone
Make good use of your youth
Because they got a cold heart (cold heart)

Got to look special for the party tonight
'Cause everybody's gonna be lookin'
Hot and cold stressin and obsessive behavior from the cocaine (cocaine)

Underneath the chewing gum and hilltop roadkill
Beauty's got a beautiful sister
Quiet and lonely like an only child, but she's pure wild

I'm climbing up Hollywood Hill, the finale to the valley floor
You'll find me up Hollywood Hill,
Remembering when I was four, was sublime
And it was a 1979

Must have been the ponies in the evening sunshine
Listening to the crows that are crowin
Looking for a piss in a bush with a view
And it's truly (truly), beautiful (beautiful)
There's nothing (nothing), in my mind (in my mind)

Nothing in my mind, da-da-da-da-da,
Nothing in my mind

La-da-da-da-da-da-da
Nothing in my mind

Nothing in my mind, its sublime
And it was it was a 1979


I'm climbing up Hollywood Hill, the finale to the valley floor
You'll find me up Hollywood Hill
There's a double "O" and "W" and double "L" for you

I'm climbing up Hollywood Hill
'Cause that's what I work hard for
You'll find me up Hollywood Hill
Remembering when I was four, was sublime
And it was a 1979 (it was a 1979)
Yes it was 1979


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"Hollywood Hill" as written by Kt Tunstall

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