"Bait & Switch" as written by Joseph Scott Sappington, Paul Allen Crosby, Christopher Jon Dabaldo, David A. Novotny and Wayne A. Swinny....
Back in the day, I dedicated my life to becoming a big rock 'n roll star.
Back in the day, I dedicated my life to becoming a bit rock 'n roll star.
I began to change, and I rearranged my life.
So I could buy a big rock 'n roll car.

All of this, all of this, all of this looks so easy.
But all of this, all of this, all of this ain't so easy.

What in the hell am I fighting for.
And what in the hell am I trying to prove.

Saturday, I wipe the sleep away and played in front of thirty thousand plus.
Sunday, I wake up between two girls who are coughin''cause we got a smokey bus.

All of this, all of this, all of this looks so easy.
But all of this, all of this, all of this can get cheesy.

What in the hell am I fighting for.
And what in the hell am I trying to prove.
What in the hell am I fighting for.
I'm destined to win or born to lose.

One, two, one, two, three, four

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Everyday!


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"Bait & Switch" as written by David A. Novotny Christopher Jon Dabaldo

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    General Commentagain no comments, WHY? Saliva are a great band, so commet more! :o)
    !_Steve_!on December 31, 2004   Link
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    General Commentsongs about the artist wanting to be a rockstar arent the best..unfortunately this one is one of those..but its not a dissapointing song. the first time i heard this i was kindof amazed by the vocals on the chorus..you dont here him sing that way all the time..this was my first fav off the album and worth checking out.
    misledyouth50on July 20, 2006   Link

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