"Pushover" as written by and John Roderick....
Fight, we couldn't try
I'd love an answer,
That isn't sly,
Or so, so you say
Don't toast the day
For the twilight

For you I'm a, Pushover
I would, if I could, I would
I just want you to say
Come on, wish me luck
Wish me luck

Unkind, girlish walk
Like a deep to the world
Without the talk
As you wade through the crowd
I sit next to you
The seats still warm

For you I'm a, Pushover
I would, if I could, I would
I just want you to say
Come on, wish me luck
Wish me luck

For you I'm a, Pushover
I would, if I could, I would
I just want you to say
Come on, wish me luck
Wish me luck

I just want you to say
Come on
I just want you to say
Come on
I just want you to say
Come on
I just want you to say
Come on


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"Pushover" as written by John Roderick

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    General CommentIs it just me, or is this song (theme and sound) a companion piece for Stupid?

    "unkind girlish walk/like a deed to the world without a talk"

    I love it. Far too many of us poor masculine louts are too easy prey for gals (whether you lovely ladies realize it or not). Hormones are such a pisser.
    orionziteon September 14, 2006   Link
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    General CommentWISH ME LUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCK!
    BearsAndBeetson August 22, 2010   Link

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