"Star Training" as written by and Diaz Sherman....
She wants to be in magazines
And be beautiful for everyone to see
It's raining in her room again
So she turns off the TV

She wants to be on movie screens
So she practices her lines and her kisses
She's sleeping in a broken car
That she borrowed from her best friend

She knows one day she'll make me proud
And all the world looks at her now
She smiles politely
As she steps out of her dreams and wakes up

Her eyes are open, her dreams are over
The sky is falling, it's broken, it's broken
Training to be a star, training to be a star
You know that you are

He writes books of poetry
Though he hasn't read any since he read E.E.
He's drinking himself to sleep
Pretending that he's boring, not to sound deep

He knows one day, he'll write his book
And all the world will have a look
He smiles politely
As he steps out of his dreams and wakes up

His eyes are open, his dreams are over
The sky is falling, it's broken, it's broken
Training to be a star, training to be a star
You know that you are

Training to be a star, training to be a star

She wants to be in magazines
She wants to act on movie screens
He sees those girls
But they look the other way

To be a star, to be a star
To be a star, to be a star
To be a star, you won't need a star
To be a star, yeah

Training to be a star, training to be a star
You know that you are

To be a star, to be a star
To be a star, to be a star
To be a star, to be a star
To be a star, to be a star



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"Star Training" as written by Derrick William Sherman Brian K Diaz

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing, SONGS MUSIC PUBLISHING

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