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Gary Jules — The Princess Of Hollywood Way
Album: Trading Snakeoil For Wolftickets
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Released: 2001
Length: 3:49
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I've been there - believe me
crimes committed are unintentional
after the party we all went home alone
all the industry boys were still laughing and drinking
when I tumbled out of the place
and up on the wall
the princess of hollywood way
the wilton house is empty
autumn came again and everyone scattered
maybe it's better
if we don't have that last place to go
well you said that you'd call
when you got your new number
I guess you've gone under again
there's room at the bar
for the princess of hollywood way
wine and forgiveness were all that we had
wine and forgiveness are all that I need
"go to bed" she said, "I can't stand you -
and that's the only thing that we have in common
if I had a nickel for every bridge that you've burned . . .
you're just a single malt swamp clown preparing for splashdown
the accidents know you by name"
afterall, I'm the princess of hollywood
afterall, I'm the princess of hollywood
afterall, I'm the princess of hollywood way
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... hey, welcome back after a years holiday! :umbrella: beelzebubba wrote:
Quote: "When we were in the studio and recording this song and realized that it, like, totally sucked, we said, hey, how can we salvage this piece-o-crap song? Our producer suggested we play a mandolin to make it interesting, and voila!"
... yea, it's the mandolin that makes it for me :guitarist:
not the best song on the album but gary jules rocks my world. ok? ok.
Trying way too hard.
Awful. Just goes on an on, getting more annoying by the second.
Wow! These guys couldn't have done a better job of sounding more like Seals & Croft if they deliberately intended. Quite nostalgic.
Boosiewolf wrote:
What is it about mandolins that make a song sound EXTRA good?
Quote: "When we were in the studio and recording this song and realized that it, like, totally sucked, we said, hey, how can we salvage this piece-o-crap song? Our producer suggested we play a mandolin to make it interesting, and voila!"
What is it about mandolins that make a song sound EXTRA good?