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Don't Mean Nothing (Marx, Richard )

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Don't Mean Nothing (Marx, Richard )

Lyrics for Don't Mean Nothing (Marx, Richard )

Welcome to the big time. Youre bound to be a star And even if you dont go all the way, I know that youll go far This race is for rats, it can turn you upside down Aint no one you can count on in this sleazy little town, oh no Lots of promises in the dark But dont you open your heart Chorus Cause it dont mean nothin The words that they say Dont mean nothin These games that people play No, it dont mean nothin No victim, no crime It dont mean nothin Till you sign it on the dotted line The director smiles as you walk in the door He says, I love your work, babe but Youre just not what were looking for Its never what but who it is you know So easy to get stuck in all that california snow Take a good look around and youll find People tryin to mess with your mind Repeat chorus Hollywood can be so lonely Make you the winner of a losing fight But the party is never over Cause stars are always shining Doesnt matter if its day or night The producer says, let me change a line or two And a little bit of something can look awfully good to you And you want to scream, but you gotta keep it all inside When youre trying to make a living, There aint no such thing as pride, no Lots of promises in the dark But dont you open your heart Chorus It dont mean nothing at all. . .

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