Come Out To LA

Album: Technology (2018)
  • Come out to LA
    Come out to LA
    Write a few songs
    Maybe you could stay
    Stay in Hollywood
    Stay in Hollywood
    Stay in Hollywood

    Come out to LA
    Come out to LA
    There’s people you should meet
    There’s hands you should shake
    Down in Hollywood now
    Down in Hollywood
    Down in Hollywood

    It’s my call to the faithful
    You’re not happy, happy, happy
    Call to the faithful
    If you’re willing and able
    Just be happy, happy, happy
    I’m not happy, happy, happy

    Come out to LA
    Come out to LA
    Play a few shows
    Maybe you could break
    Down in Hollywood
    Down in Hollywood
    Down in Hollywood




    Come out to LA
    Come out to LA
    There’s places to be seen
    There’s friends you should make
    Down in Hollywood now
    Down in Hollywood
    Down in Hollywood

    And I can’t live without it no more
    No I can’t be without it O Lord
    Praying that my feet don’t fail me now
    Keep the faith, keep the faith
    I’m so full of doubt
    Keep the faith, keep the faith

    Come out to LA
    Come out to LA
    Play a few shows
    Maybe you could break
    Down in Hollywood
    Down in Hollywood
    Down in Hollywood

    Come out to LA
    Come out to LA
    There’s places to be seen
    There’s friends you should make
    Here in Hollywood
    Right here in Hollywood
    Here in Hollywood

    I can’t live without it no more
    No I can’t be without it O Lord
    Praying that my feet don’t fail me now
    Keep the faith, keep the faith
    I’m so full of doubt
    Keep the faith, keep the faith

    No I’m not a believer no more
    When all I hear is silence O Lord
    Praying I’m not lost
    I’m not a believer
    Keep the faith, Keep the faith
    Please let me be found
    Keep the faith, Keep the faith

    Come out to LA
    Things are going great
    Sun is always shining
    Everyone's excited
    You’re in Hollywood now
    You’re in Hollywood

    Come out to LA
    Hoping that you make it
    If you don’t you’ll do your best to fake it
    You’re in Hollywood now
    You’re in Hollywood

    It’s my call to the faithful
    We’re not happy, happy, happy
    Call to the faithful
    In this city of angels
    Can’t be happy, happy, happy
    I’m not happy, happy, happy

    Come out to LA
    No I’m not a believer
    Keep the faith, keep the faith
    Please let me be found
    Keep the faith, keep the faith

    Come out to LA
    Come out to LA
    Write a few songs
    Maybe you could stay
    Stay in Hollywood
    Stay in Hollywood
    Stay in Hollywood

    Come out to LA
    Come out to LA
    There’s people you should meet
    There’s hands you should shake
    Down in Hollywood now
    Down in Hollywood
    Down in Hollywood

    Come out to LA
    Come out to LA
    Write a few songs
    Maybe you could stay
    Stay in Hollywood
    Stay in Hollywood
    Stay in Hollywood

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