"Save Me (the Underdog)" as written by Oliver Knights and Gale Paridjanian....
Two black lines streaming out like a guidance line.
Put one foot on the road now where the cyborgs are driving,
With the WD-40 in their veins the screeching little brakes complain.

With the briefcase empty and the holes in my shoes,
I try to stay friendly for the sugary abuse.
So tell my secretary now to hold all of my calls,
I believe I can hear through these walls.

Oh please save me, save me from myself.
I can't be the only one stuck on the shelf.
You said you'd always fall for the underdog.

Well I've been dreaming of jet streams and kicking up dust,
A thirty seven thousand foot wonderlust
And with skyline number 9 ticked off in my mind,
Oh can you hear me screaming out now through the telephone lines.

Oh please save me, save me from myself.
I can't be the only one stuck on the shelf.
You said you'd always fall for the underdog


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"Underdog (Save Me)" as written by Oliver Knights Gale Paridjanian

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