Hollywood is a breeding ground for assholes
Ego's get as big as Billy Corigan's
Skinny girl eat some more food
Muscle man you look like a fucking freak

Hollywood is a nice place for the weekend
Not a place for a nice person to live
Movie Stars, no one likes you
How did you learn to be so fucking mean

Take me home sweet West Bay
Big women Stinky's peep show's
This Thursday glamour pussy and some New York band
Los Angeles Uber Alles
Or at least that's what they like to believe

Boobzilla flattens out Dick Tokyo
Let's go

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    and I'm thinking about moving to LA....... doh

    outboundrecords.comon April 13, 2002   Link
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    This song is about Hollywood.

    bobmeister357on July 19, 2002   Link
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    haha this song is so hell!!! yeah nofx

    emo_22on July 26, 2002   Link
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    This song kicks ass..... but then again.... any NoFX song does

    -Factor-on August 15, 2002   Link
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    that is true factor

    sweetcheese_101on August 20, 2002   Link
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    isn't this by the gimme gimmies, and mike is also in that band and they are the ones who recorded it? correct me if i'm wrong.

    thankgoditsmondayon April 30, 2004   Link
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    yeah you're wrong. its a nofx song off of Live Fat Die Young.

    Jipon May 26, 2004   Link
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    The ego bit's hilarious.

    simelionon March 08, 2005   Link
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    Well it's definitly by nofx (on 45 or 46 songs...).

    Anyway, the 'Los Angeles Über Alles' bit might be a play on the Dead Kennedy song 'California Über Allies'...

    And when it says 'And some New York band - (Let's Go) Let's Go!' - The Ramones were a New York band and their catch phrase was 'Hey Ho! Let's Go!'...

    So theres something to put there that you guys might not have noticed...

    iceyflameon December 13, 2005   Link

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