"Superkid" as written by and Michael Anthony Viola....
Superkid
Do you remember Superkid?
How could you forget
Has he made it yet?


Behind the smoke that filled the stage
Dressed in the clothes his mother made
Playing a guitar that was bigger than him
He really packed them in
His songs were so catchy
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah


Superkid
He really was a Superkid
Until he learned to fly
And left us all behind


His childhood sweetheart loved him so
She was at almost every show
Packed in a van his father drove
You should have seen them go
His brother was a roadie
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah


Superkid
I think I last saw Superkid
On late night TV
He's just as old as you and me
I don't believe in
Superkid
How could there be a Superkid?
Driving a rental car
He never got that far


Nothing in this life's guaranteed
Nothing you build will outlast me
Nothing can fool you like a dream
Like a dream


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