If I could change my life
I probably wouldn't
Did a couple things that I probably shouldn't
Living out all my dreams
Now I'm Living Hollywood
Now I'm Living Hollywood

I was down bad nobody knew at all
Really had it bad nobody to call
Ran off on the plug
But that's in the past now
If I can by some love
Then I'm finna cash out
Didn't have a dime but I had vocals
Dealing with some pain
That was on the Low Low
Never hung in crowds
I was Always Do Lo
Had to get it out the mud cause I really wanted more
Writing rhymes in my granny basement
Patience got the best of me study waiting
And if it ain't my time
Ima fuckin take it
This shit deeper than rap
I can really taste it
Cant get none of my time
Its not to be waisted
Keep my enemies close
So many hommies faded
look at me then look at me now
I think I elevated
But I'm still up out the rack anit no fuckin trading

If I could change my life
I probably wouldn't
Did a couple things that I probably shouldn't
Living out all my dreams
Now I'm Living Hollywood
Now I'm Living Hollywood

12 Come around
better keep it silent
Bitch I'm from the north where its really violent
Talking with they mouth
But they never try it
I cant trust a soul people really lying
Had to sacrifice
Don't know what it cost me
People in and out my life
That shit really lost me
At first they didn't believe
Now they looking salty
I cant keep a rich nigga hands of off me
I swear my birthdays were the worst days
Now I pour me up some don when I'm feeling thirsty
I was speaking loud
But nobody heard me
Keep my head up to the sky nobody better worthy
Throw a stick through a stone it could never hurt me
Drop me off up in the hood
That's where my mama birth me
Throw a stick through a stone it could never hurt me
Drop me off up in the hood
That's where my mama birth me

If I could change my life
I probably wouldn't
Did a couple things that I probably shouldn't
Living out all my dreams
Now I'm Living Hollywood
Now I'm Living Hollywood


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HOLLYWOOD Lyrics as written by Jenise Grandberry

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