Me, Myself and Hollywood

Album: What's It Like Over There? (2019)
  • And do you feel like talking?
    I'm an open book
    And if you feel like walking
    I guess we drunk enough
    Tonight, to sink a ship
    Our lips too dry to kiss
    I'm clinging onto silhouettes of you, of you

    But it's me, myself and Hollywood
    Just me, myself and Hollywood
    Me, myself and Hollywood
    Just me, me
    And it's me, myself and Hollywood
    Just me, myself and Hollywood
    Me, it's just me

    And do you feel like talking?
    From across the room
    In the English language
    You know I can't find you
    Tonight the truth will slip
    This drink too strong too sip
    I'm holding onto memories of you, of you

    But it's me, myself and Hollywood
    Just me, myself and Hollywood
    Me, myself and Hollywood
    Just me, me
    And it's me, myself and Hollywood
    Just me, myself and Hollywood
    Me, it's just me

    Have I been sad like I thought I would?
    And have I been bad? Or have I been good?
    In Hollywood
    In Hollywood

    But it's me, myself and Hollywood
    Just me, myself and Hollywood
    Me, myself and Hollywood
    Just me, myself and Hollywood
    Me, myself and Hollywood
    Me, myself and Hollywood Writer/s: Kieran Shudall
    Publisher: SENTRIC MUSIC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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