"Livin' in the U.S.A." as written by and Michael/russell Lardie....
Well I used to work the graveyard
Used to have to paint the stones
Now I clean the farmyard
Have to lick it clean alone
I got a wife and kid
Sharin' an Econoline
We keep the sucker hid
Underneath the Hollywood sign
You know I do all right
Oh yea and it's ok
I'd like to kill the light
I'd love to sleep all day

Livin' in a dream
Livin' in the U.S.A.
Livin' in a dream
Livin' in the U.S.A.

Then I used to have a penthouse
Used to have a wife like you
Now I keep the door locked
Her attorney's tryin' to break in too
Everyone's aboard
It's quite the social set
They leave me polaroids
Of everyone I never met
You know they do all right
It's the all-American way
They like to stay all night
The love to drink all day


Purple mountain majesty
Crumble into the sea
Spirit of the spacious skies
Shine your grace on me


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