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(Verse)
Where are you going with your life?
What kind of chances will you take?
If you just give me the night
I promise not to let you go astray.
And forever will be rising.

(Hook)
I see no reason for chasing
In Hollywood, got to lose my patience
Want this life to be a cabaret.
I see no reason for chasing
In Hollywood, got to lose my patience
Want this life to be a cabaret.

(Verse)
What’s more important than tonight?
What’s better than a laughter and champagne?
Looks like you’re holding on too tight
Just let the lady carry you away.
And forever you’ll be rising.

(Hook)
I see no reason for chasing
In Hollywood, got to lose my patience
Want this life to be a cabaret.
I see no reason for chasing
In Hollywood, got to lose my patience
Want this life to be a cabaret.

(Bridge)
Can you lose your time and mind
It’s your dream, supreme,
For you and me.

(Hook)
I see no reason for chasing
In Hollywood, got to lose my patience
Want this life to be a cabaret.
I see no reason for chasing
In Hollywood, got to lose my patience
Want this life to be a cabaret



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    Adrianna WeberJun 12, 2013 at 8:36 am
    I quite love this song. It's missing the first line of the bridge, and its supposed to be "'bout top lose my patience" instead of "got to", and the first verse should be up twice. Such a good song.... <3

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