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Farrah – Seventies Superstar lyrics

He used to be a major player on the silverscreen.
He made the girls scream.
He was a vision in tan leather.
I bought the songs that showed the measure of his fame, then he took the blame.
Now his image is forever tarnished by allegations in the press, he vanished.
He was a seventies, seventies superstar, drives a fast car.
Seventies superstar.
A seventies seventies superstar.
Jumping sand dunes in his buggy, get the lowdown jive from huggy.
In the bar he played the wah wah.
He was a vision in tan leather.
I bought the songs that showed the measure of his fame, then he took the blame.
It's so strange to meet your childhood hero.
Sometimes you can't believe that they were ever real.
He was a seventies, seventies superstar, propping up the bar
Seventies seventies superstar, drives a fast car.
Seventies superstar, he said we'd go far.
A seventies seventies superstar.
I turned around again, he'd left the bar.
He was running down the backstairs and jumping on his car.
It's so strange to meet your childhood hero.
Sometimes you can't believe that they were ever real.
He was a seventies, seventies superstar, drives a fast car.
Seventies superstar.
A heavenly seventies superstar.



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