"Hollywood Hills" as written by and Alejandro Escovedo Charles Prophet....
Say goodbye
To Hollywood Hills
There's not much here
To keep us warm
Keep the mud off your heels

Hey do you remember me
I was the complicated one
I wore that silver leather jacket, you remember
That shined in the sun

Happiness can't be bought or sold
You shared what you had
But you gave me love
Gave me love
Precious love

I still got a photograph
You in that convertible
I think it was outside King City
Two lovers on the run

Now I'm standing here
In the middle of nothing, baby
I know you would hate it here
Everyone walking around half dead
The bars are always closed

Happiness can't be bought or sold
You shared what you had
But you gave me love
Gave me love
Precious love

I forgot what I was saying
I noticed
You haven't touch your drink
Maybe it's time, to put the boy to sleep

Happiness can't be bought or sold
You shared what you had
But you gave me love
Gave me love
Precious love

So say goodbye
To Hollywood Hills
There's not much here
To keep us warm
Keep the mud off your heels


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"Hollywood Hills" as written by Charles Prophet Alejandro Escovedo

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