Don't let the truth misguide you.
You'll never know her true intentions
and all the fear that hides inside you.
Thrown headfirst into submission,

pray for the day that you can save your place in line.
Trade in your faith, your beliefs.
Trade everything to see your name in lights.

She sold her soul to the State of California.
It's no surprise she thinks she's calling the shots.
She sold her sold to the State of California.
They'll take you and make you into everything you said you're not.

You got to stand up for yourself,
fight for what you believe.
They'll leave you bloodied, bruised and broken
before you even know they're through.

They feed you lines like,
"Girl you are one of a kind, One day the seas will part for you."
But I've seen so many other girls
who all dress and drink and screw the way you do.

She sold her soul to the State of California.
It's no surprise she thinks she's calling the shots.
She sold her sold to the State of California.
They'll take you and make you into everything you said you're not.

Check the headlines everyday.
Will your name be proudly on display?
They make, they break people like us.
Another soul lost in the haze.
Another story for the back page.
They make, they break people like us.
I'm just a casualty of fair play.
(They make, they break people like us.)
Will the west coast be enough? Will it ever be enough?


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    General CommentThis song is a complete shout out to all the girls who want to make it big in acting in hollywood clearly. Its a sketchy game and turns into some sketchy shit, porn, underground dealings, stripping, blah blah. Then alcohol and drugs are the only thing to really keep a person going. Welcome to California, the greatest place on earth right? There are no morals here just competition in every form.
    fuckbarspinson January 04, 2015   Link

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