"Hollywood or Bust" as written by Sammy Fain and Paul Webster....
Land of stardust and land of glamour
Vistavision and cinerama
Everyone considers it a must
To get to Hollywood or bust
Kids from Kansas to Pennsylvania
Soon develop that movie mania
Driving their jalopies through the dust
And out to Hollywood or bust
Underneath that moonlight in Malibu
Lovers stroll in the dark
Jeepers creepers ten to one sleepers are winning at Hollywood Park
Land of burgers and land or weenies
Bathing beauties in their bikinis
Mingle with the lower upper crust
You'll see your favorite dolly out and jolly
Hollywood or bust
(Sound the trumpets strike the cymbals)
(Boys from Bonwit and girls from Gimbels)
(Shaking off that old Manhattan dust)
(To get to Hollywood or bust)
(Town of tinsel and town of bubbles)
(Drive-in theaters and daily doubles)
(Let me tell you mister it's a must)
(To get to Hollywood or bust)
Drugstore cowboys Hollywood Indians extras looking for jobs
Waiting for someone to discover them down at the counter of Schwabs
Land of burgers and land of weenies
Bathing beauties in their bikinis
Mingle with the lower upper crust
You'll see your favorite dolly out and jolly
Hollywood
Hollywood
Hollywood or bust


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"Hollywood or Bust" as written by Sammy Fain Paul Webster

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