"Postcard From Hollywood" as written by Rune Westberg and Eric Dill....
I'm all alone somewhere in Hollywood
The dream's alive and doin' well

It's a little skinny but it sure looks good
Sometimes your dreams are hard to sell

And it's hard to breathe
When you're out of air
It's hard to think when you just don't care
And the lights are bright in Hollywood

They shine out somewhere
Not right here

I left my heart somewhere in Hollywood
And that's okay, I won't need it anyway

We don't live too close out here that's understood
And I kinda like it, I might stay

But it's hard to breathe, when you're out of air
And it's hard to think when you just don't care

And the lights are bright in Hollywood
They shine out somewhere, but not right here

I'm sending postcards home from Hollywood
I'll be fine, yeah it's all good

Cause you learn to breathe when you're out of air
And you learn to think when no one cares

And the lights are bright in Hollywood
They shine out somewhere
Right here

Right here


Lyrics submitted by Mshell

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