"Superstar" as written by Dacia L. Bridges and Philipp Palm....
Look at this fucking world, everybody wants to be on T.V.
Is five minutes in the spotlight supposed to make you feel free?
Anything goes, the price is high if you want to be seen
Some people do just about anything to get their face on the screen

This society treats celebrities and so called stars like fucking gods
Even though the majority of them are fucking frauds

They hear it on the radio and they gladly sing along
They watch it on their television screens and they don't think that it's wrong
That's right!

Look at this fucking world, people do anything to get on T.V.
A nose job and plastic breasts guarantees a place on the screen
What kind of sick society can accept something like that?
'Cause what difference does it really make if you are a size "d" or if you're flat?

They hear it on the radio and they gladly sing a long
They watch it on their television screens and they don't think that it's wrong

They hear it on the radio, they watch it on there television screen
They read it in the papers, they read it in the fashion magazines
And they don't think that it's wrong
That children act like sex symbols
And dresses like their favorite superstars


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"Superstar" as written by Richard Marx

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