A little birdie recently pointed out that the band Ron Freeman & The Revelators has a song called... (drum roll) "Lucy Hale"! Weird, right? Is it about the gorgeous young Pretty Little Liars actress? Listen and see what you think.. .
Credit: YouTube Photo: "Lucy Hale" by Ron Freeman & The Revelators

While it would be very flattering for Lucy (though also kind of creepy) if this were written for her, it turns out it's actually about another famous Lucy Hale: the fiancee of Lincoln's assassin, John Wilkes Booth. Giving the lyrics a closer look, that kind of makes sense. But hey, someone should write a song about our Lucy Hale. (We're guessing her rocker BF might be the one for the job...)


Hold my useless hands
Close to your chest
Pictures you might find
In the pockets of my vest
Please don’t get upset
Please don’t get upset
They are all actresses compared to you

Always to tyrants we’ll sing
As the song of Maryland rings
The despot’s heel is on the shore
And he holds his torch at the temple door
We’ll light the streets of Baltimore

I love you, Lucy Hale (x3)
Do you love me too?

The sound of a drive-in film
Comes through on the AM dial
The engine burns in your driveway
And we listen for a while
Please don’t get upset
Please don’t get upset

We’ll burst these tyrant chains
As your sister watches from the window pane
Your mother’s standing at the door
And your father’s boots pace the floor
We’ll light the streets of Baltimore

Chorus

I can see you on the grass, watching all the cars pass
From a folding chair outside, with a blanket overtop your thighs
On just another Thursday night
The campfire’s burning…
The sweetest words I ever wrote   
We’re written on the back of an envelope   
You’re reading by the firelight
Everyone else is getting high
Tomorrow all the schools are closed
No one tells us where to go
You’re reading by the firelight
Everyone else is getting high

Chorus