"Underground" as written by and Jeffrey Scott/chatwood Martin....
I don't need your redemption
I don't want you to deceive me
And I don't need your forgiveness
I only want you to believe me

Do you see me here
I'm standing naked
Do you see me here on my knees

Now all my life I've been wandering
Looking for teachers with the keys
Nothing found still searching
For sound...

Now let me tell you about a story
It's about a man consumed with vice
Theosophical in nature
And hedonistic in disguise

And all my life he's been wandering
Searching for teachers with the keys
Nothing found still searching for sound

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"Underground" as written by Jeffrey John Burrows Jeff Burrows

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    General CommentDefinitely The Tea Party's best and in my opinion most symbolic song. This song is about someone who's spend their whole life looking for the answer, but never found it and has hurt himself in the process...
    yamisakumaon January 29, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI believe that this song is actually about Jeff Martin himself... I saw the band on Much music once and he said that this song is as close to an autobiography as he has come. He even uses the first person "do you see me here, i'm standing naked, do you see me here on my knees "

    One of My absolute Favorite songs of all time... I only Wish the latest Album was as good as the earlier stuff... ~tear~
    DarkBardon March 14, 2005   Link

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