She Never Cries


Falling pieces, scattered mind,
Precious things, fell in time.
Daddy drinks, because you cry.
It didn't take, a lot to lie.
Whiskey, women, and the wine.
Keep her walking,
She'll be fine.

Rolling engines, Cloudy pain,
Whiskey sermons,
In the rain.
Praying constant, crazy lies,
It's okay.
She never cries.

When it hurts, dolls they cry,
Time to sell, another lie.
Dangling eyes, broken light,
Gone the time, she'd be alright.
Whiskey, women, & the wine.
Keep her walking,
She'll be fine.

Sell the pretty, Jumbled things,
The girl is gone. Her bell It rings.
Praying constant, crazy lies
It's okay.
She never cries.

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This piece reflects the soul of Hollywood. The rampant prostitution rings. The people caught up in it. Immigrant’s, Tourists, and young actors. Everybody is lost beyond rescue at some point. Money breaks a hole in the soul, and redefines it.