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Steve Hackett – Little America lyrics

With Lana Turner on the screen beside me
The frame is hardly filled by Orson Wells
We switch into a Fred and Ginger number
That they're dancing oh so well
Blowing the blues all night
I thought I hard someone say
Stars never fade
And everyone's dying to play
In Little America
We got a chinese Elvis painted by Norman Rockwell
His part tonight will be played by Richard Pryor
The Mason Dixon line divides
The free from all the rest so you can sell
To Cinderella
From Long Island
And everyone's dying to play
In Little America
Lower your standards raise your prices
On cable tv
Pretty woman seen at the death of a salesman
All covered with cream

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