"The Last Great Star in Hollywood" as written by and Meg/frampton Frampton....
I've got my same old nose and no cheekbones.
I've got my stomach rolls, rather bare wardrobe.
They've got seven floors, one on the east coast.
Why they grin so wide,
They've got their visions no one knows.

I think I'm on the bright side.
Got my hair cut short,
I do my class report on time.
I hope I'm on the bright side.
What beauty is today
Is a fake from what's inside.

My teeth are yellow stars sleeping in my jaws,
While their lips enlarged, in a constant pout.
They're the types of girls who hide their wedding rings,
If it doesn't match their clothes.
They've got their visions no one knows.
And why we're patient no one knows.

Learn to let go of tired skin.
It's just a fence to hold me in.
I ask for a closing statement.

I ask for just one prayer that I can put me into.
We're the most modern man machines.
Under our masks not what we seem.
We must not sleep underneath the slow
And steady descent of the fools upstairs.


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"The Last Great Star in Hollywood" as written by Meg Frampton Dia Frampton

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    General Commentbe yourself kids... be yourself.
    hoju738on August 06, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThe complete opposite from all the "before&after" advertisement banners about stomach rolls showed at this page. Well done Meg and Dia. :)
    Wroopstrafelon October 20, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentWell I think there's a reason she puts on an accent.
    Because she's comparing their perspective
    on America
    racchhelleeon December 19, 2009   Link
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    General Commentit should be 'sleeping in my drawers'
    meaning her underwear.

    They're the types of gils
    should be 'they're the types of girls'

    and We're the most modern machines
    should be 'we're the most modern man machines'


    love this song
    thrwmyhrtawy.on February 28, 2010   Link

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