"Hollywood" as written by and Tommy Siegel Ben Thornewill....
If all the world's a stage,
Then you're my favorite actress
If all of life's a game,
I sure could use the practice (exhale)

I wouldn't call this a love song

You want me pounding on the church doors,
Singing from a street light
Oh it's the kind of love that doesn't exist anymore,
You want Hollywood,
And this is real life

I want to kiss to you in the pouring rain,
I say I loved you from the first
Time I saw you
It's a sure fire way to get you hard to break,
That's Hollywood,
And this is real life

You want Hollywood

If all the world's a stage,
Then you're my favorite actress
If all of life's a game,
I sure could use the practice
Oh, I wouldn't call this a love song

You want me pounding on the church doors,
Singing from a street light
Oh it's the kind of love that doesn't exist anymore,
You want Hollywood,
And this is real life

I want to kiss to you in the pouring rain,
I say I loved you from the first
Time I saw you
It's a sure fire way to get you hard to break,
That's Hollywood,
And this is real life

You want Hollywood,
And this is real life

You want me pounding on the church doors,
Singing from a street light
Oh it's the kind of love that doesn't exist anymore,
You want Hollywood,
And this is real life

I want to kiss to you in the pouring rain,
I say I loved you from the first
Time I saw you
It's a sure fire way to get you hard to break,
That's Hollywood,
And this is real life

You want Hollywood,
And this is real life


Lyrics submitted by alicson

"Hollywood" as written by Jesse Kristin Ben Thornewill

Lyrics © CYPMP

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