Hollywood – Song and Lyrics by After Midnight Project

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Written by: JASON EVIGAN

Duration: 3:58

Discover the poetic beauty in ‘Hollywood’ by After Midnight Project. This lyric breakdown takes you on a journey through the artist’s thoughts, emotions, and the story they aim to tell. From clever metaphors to evocative imagery, we delve into the nuances that make this song a lyrical masterpiece. Whether you’re a fan of After Midnight Project or a lover of well-crafted words, our detailed analysis will give you a deeper understanding and appreciation of this song.

Kill the lights
We’re losing time
We won’t win this fight
Until our hearts collide

We were running away from nothing fast
Falling down until we finally crashed
My god, oh my god, can you help me feel anything?
I’m lost in a city of vultures, moths, and pigs
Eating away at everything, oh well, yeah, oh well

Sometimes I wish I was never born in Hollywood
I get so scared
I don’t know how to walk
I’m always running unprepared

I’m losing my hope
I’ll sell myself for an hour of fame, I know, it’s a shame
But I don’t care
‘Cause you forget who you are when you come to Hollywood

This party never seems to end
When the drugs that kill are our best friends
Keep showing up and acting out
Even though we thought we threw them out

Hello, hello hospital
Look up to the sky
It’s time to go

I wanna be buried by your side
Underneath a tree that’s hard to find, oh well, yeah, oh well

Sometimes I wish I was never born in Hollywood
I get so scared
I don’t know how to walk
I’m always running unprepared

I’m losing my hope
I’ll sell myself for an hour of fame, I know, it’s a shame
But I don’t care
‘Cause you forget who you are when you come to Hollywood

(Hollywood)

I been dreamin’ about a world out there that’s just so beautiful
I been thinkin’ about a world out there that’s just so beautiful
It’s just so beautiful to me, to me

Sometimes I wish I was never born in Hollywood
I get so scared
I don’t know how to walk
I’m always running unprepared

I’m losing my hope
I’ll sell myself for an hour of fame, I know, it’s a shame
But I don’t care
‘Cause you forget who you are when you come to Hollywood

I don’t care
‘Cause you forget who you are when you come to Hollywood