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She had to leave
Los angeles
All her toys wore out in black
And her boys had too
She started to hate every niggaare and jew
Every mexican that gave her lotta shit
Every homosexual and the idle rich

She had to get out
To get out
To get out
To get out
To get out

She gets confused
Flying over the dateline
Her hands turn red
Cause the days change at night
Change in an instant
The days change at night
Change in an instant

She had to leave
Los angeles
She found it hard to say goodbye to her own best friend
She bought a clock on hollywood blvd the day she left
It felt sad
It felt sad
It felt sad

She had to get out
To get out
To get out
To get out
To get out



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    UnregisteredDec 17, 2013 at 7:22 am
    She's playing next month. In la ask her. I was a teenager going. To shows in hollywood. Don't read into it in 2013 days changed to night we were on drugs and the jews ran hollywood and we homosexuals were just starting to march in west hollywood and there was 1 mexican in a 1, 000 they were different and new to hollywood, there is nothing to read into it was the days of our lives.

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