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Romeo's Barbershop

from long lazy curve by Rob Lamothe

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written by rob lamothe and tom wilson

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romeo’s got a place at the end of my street
he talks like a preacher until the faithful sleep
spins the sinners round and counts to three

ratboy climbs up into number four
he says make me look like a movie star
give me one good reason i should get up in the morning
drag my weary bones out in the open

sha la la la la sha la la

how’s the weather in hollywood?
yeah put it in a song
dream until you come back down
all the way down
all the way down

could be king street and it could be mars
nothin’ but spaceships and rusted cars
from california to the steel mill fire
sha la la la sha la la
sha la la la sha la la

how’s the weather in hollywood?
yeah put it in a song
dream until you come back down
all the way down
all the way down

low-fi radio smothering heat
i’m looking through the window from across the street
into a room full of true of true believers
like circus freaks at the revival
yeah

how’s the weather in hollywood?
yeah put it in a song
dream until you come back down
all the way down
all the way down
dream until you come back down
dream until you come back down
all the way down
sha la la la sha la la

credits

from long lazy curve, released June 6, 2006
craig lapsley - drums
mark mcintrye - bass
david baxter - electric guitar
cisco de luna - accordian and guitar
rudy copeland - organ
patrice pike - harmony vocals

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Rob Lamothe Ontario

The Toronto Star says I am ‘a mercurial artist who slides effortlessly from rustic roots music to soulful country pop to full-blown rock balladry’. Works for me!

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