I met a girl in Tennessee, she wrote a song, it went to number one
Well, we sat and had a drink and she told me how it all begun
One day, she's singing in a coffee shop and shot up to the CMA's
Oh, the world moves fast when you never know the time of day

When your face is pictured on the pages
When your name is out there on the scene
When your world is quickly rearranging
When your pictures are appearing on the pages of the magazines

She said they started in a van and then a bus and then the planes would come
And they couldn't eat in restaurants, the bodyguards all had guns
Stars and stages, fame and all the love
Funny how life looks from above

When your face is pictured on the pages
When your name is out there on the scene
When your world is quickly rearranging
When your pictures are appearing on the pages of the magazines

Well, a cold day came when the industry let her down
And all the handshakes and promises, buried without a sound
The friends she thought she had, like the wind, were gone
She said, "I've got to admit it, I loved it, even though it's done."

When your face is pictured on the pages
When your name is out there on the scene
When your world is quickly rearranging
Though your picture's disappearing from the pages of the magazines


Lyrics submitted by nikkus34

Magazine song meanings
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