"Shoorah Shoorah for Hollywood" as written by and Eric Faulkner....
Listen while I sing you a song
It used to make your mama cry
Snuggle up, I'll sing you to sleep
Valentino what a guy
Lay down your sleepy head
This is what your mama said
Close your eyes and you will see
Make up, lights, terpsichory!
Shoorah Shoorah for Hollywood
The Golden Age of Hollywood
The days of silver starlight in her eyes
Makes her young again
Even though she's very old
But in Hollywood
The secret's never told
Rudy stole the heart of the world
Dream lover of the silver screen
Your mama used to call out his name
But in the crowd was never seen
Powder puffs, and gigolos
Dancing girls in soft repose
Natasha, what did you see
Behind the scenes of Valvoline
Shoorah Shoorah for Hollywood
The Golden Age of Hollywood
The days of silver starlight in her eyes
Makes her young again
Even thought she's very old
But in Hollywood
The secret's never told


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"Shoorah Shoorah for Hollywood" as written by Eric Faulkner

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