guess where we were this morning at a Very Early Hour?
do you know the country song?
lyrics here –
We left our home in Arkansas you wanted to make good
So we moved out West to this old town they call Hollywood
And we’ve been here for thirteen weeks but you ain’t made a dime
A standing on the corner of Hollywood and Vine
The sun sets on you on Hollywood and Vine
And you’re still waiting there when the sun comes up at five
Guitar strings and tambourines but you ain’t got a dime
Waiting to be discovered on Hollywood and Vine
You know that you’ve got what it takes if it takes a million years
And that’s just long it just might be but you don’t seem to care
But if your dream don’t work out in the world you hope to find
Just call and I’ll be running back to Hollywood and Vine
The sun sets on you…
You’re still waiting to be discovered on Hollywood and Vine
Songwriter/performer: Susan Raye
Guess what we were doing there?
Well we certainly didn’t stand On the Corner – we popped into a mexican stand that’s been there (family-owned) since 1977 and had eggs and coffee before doing an Interview for next week’s Los Angeles, I’m Yours “Where Shall We Meet?” column.
would you like a tiny sneak preview?
thought you Might.
and we can’t WAIT to share the interview with you on wednesday at noon, usual time.