Hollywood Tonight

  • Lipstick in hand
    Tahitian tan
    In her painted on jeans

    She dreams of fame
    She changed her name
    To one that fits the movie screen
    She's headed for the big time that means

    She's going Hollywood
    She's going Hollywood tonight
    She's going Hollywood
    She's going Hollywood tonight
    She's going Hollywood
    She's going Hollywood tonight
    It's true, that you,
    May never ever have that chance again
    That chance again babe

    West bound Greyhound
    To tinsel town
    Just to pursue her movie star dreams
    She's giving hot tricks to men
    Just to get in
    When she was taught that that's not clean
    She's headed for the big time that means

    She's going Hollywood
    She's going Hollywood tonight
    She's going Hollywood
    She's going Hollywood tonight
    She's going Hollywood
    She's going Hollywood tonight
    It's true, that you,
    May never ever have that chance again
    That chance again babe

    Lipstick in hand
    Tahitian tan
    In her painted on jeans

    She dreams of fame
    She changed her name
    To one that fits the movie screen
    She's headed for the big time, that means

    She's going Hollywood
    She's going Hollywood tonight
    She's going Hollywood
    She's going Hollywood tonight
    She's going Hollywood
    She's going Hollywood tonight
    It's true, that you,
    May never ever have that chance again
    That chance again babe

    You know it baby
    (West bound Greyhound)
    (To tinsel town)
    (Just to pursue her movie star dreams)

    (West bound Greyhound)
    (To tinsel town)
    (Just to pursue her movie star dreams)

    You know it baby
    (West bound Greyhound)
    (To tinsel town)
    (Just to pursue her movie star dreams)

    West bound Greyhound
    To tinsel town
    Just to pursue her movie star dreams

    (West bound Greyhound)
    (To tinsel town)
    (Just to pursue her movie star dreams) Writer/s: MICHAEL JACKSON, BRADLEY D. BRUXER, TEDDY RILEY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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