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I've got a picture in my head (in my head)
It's me and you, we are in bed (we are in bed)
You'll always be there when I call (when I call)
You'll always be there most of all. (all, all, all)
This is not Hollywood,
Like I understood.
This is not Hollywood,
Like, Like, Like.

This is not Hollywood,
Like I understood.
This is not Hollywood,
Like, Like, Like.

Away, Runaway, is there anybody there?
Away, Runaway, is there anybody there?
Get away, Get away, Get away!
Get away, Get away, Get away!

I've got a picture in my room, (in my room)
I will return there I presume. (should be soon)
The greatest irony of all, (shoot the wall)
It's not so glamorous at all (all, all, all)

This is not Hollywood,
Like I understood.
This is not Hollywood,
Like, Like, Like.

This is not Hollywood,
Like I understood.
This is not Hollywood,
Like, Like, Like.

Away, Runaway, is there anybody there?
Away, Runaway, is there anybody there?
Get away, Get away, Get away!
Get away, Get away, Get away!

This is not Hollywood
(Runaway)
This is not Hollywood



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