Hollywood's Bleeding

Album: Hollywood's Bleeding (2019)
Charted: 11 15
  • Hollywood's bleeding, vampires feedin'
    Darkness turns to dust
    Everyone's gone, but no one's leavin'
    Nobody left but us
    Tryna chase a feelin', but we'll never feel it
    Ridin' on the last train home
    Dyin' in our sleep, we're living out a dream
    We only make it out alone

    I just keep on hopin' that you call me
    You say you wanna see me, but you can't right now
    You never took the time to get to know me
    Was scared of losin' somethin' that we never found
    We're running out of reasons, but we can't let go
    Yeah, Hollywood is bleeding, but we call it home

    Outside, the winter sky turnin' grey
    City up in smoke, it's only ash when it rains
    Howl at the moon and go to sleep in the day
    Love for everybody 'til the drugs fade away
    In the mornin', blocking out the sun with the shades
    She gotta check her pulse and tell herself that she okay
    It seem like dying young is an honor
    But who'd be at my funeral? I wonder
    I go out, and all they eyes on me
    I show out, do you like what you see?
    And now they closin' in on me
    Let 'em sharpen all they teeth
    This is more than I can handle
    Blood in my Lambo'
    Wish I could go, oh, I'm losin' ho-ope
    I light a candle, some Palo Santo
    For all these demons, wish I could just go on

    I just keep on hopin' that you call me
    You say you wanna see me, but you can't right now
    You never took the time to get to know me
    Was scared of losin' somethin' that we never found
    We're running out of reasons, but we can't let go
    Yeah, Hollywood is bleeding, but we call it home Writer/s: Austin Post, Brian Lee, Louis Bell, William Walsh
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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