Answer: The Doors’ “L.A. Woman” was the title track of the band’s final album
before the 1971 death of its lead singer, Jim Morrison. In the song, the
City of Angels is personified as a woman, to whom Morrison sings, “I see
your hair is burning / Hills are filled with fire / If they say I never
loved you / You know they are a liar.” Because of the song’s metaphorical
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