"Outsmarted" as written by and Randy Fitzsimmons....
I used to be the kid who always got caught.
I used to be the one who never let thought.
Interact one bit with.

Intellectual shit, diversity and wit.
You used to be the kid who waited in line.
For an opportunity to waste away time.
Trying to be so cool out no suspicion no clue.
You've been.

Outsmarted, I'm selling you for scrap.
Now I'm the kid who put the shit back in place
and I'm the one who threw it back in your face.
It took a little bit of intellectual shit, diversity and wit.
Now you're the kid who put the "L" back in lame
and you're the one who always fitted the frame.
No suspicion, no clue.

You've been.
Outsmarted, I'm selling you for scrap.
You're outsmarted, yeah!
That's what I said, yeah!
Only throwing back what you've been putting in my face.

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"Outsmarted" as written by Randy Fitzsimmons

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    General Commentthe way he sings in this song is so nutty!!
    cakemeaton July 29, 2002   Link
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    General Commentyeah, really cool!!, luv nutty singing ppl :P
    scatty foolon March 28, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti think this is a very great song, very great indeed.
    to me, he seems to be singing to someone who picked on him in, say, high school, someone who was popular in school thought they were on top of the world....

    and now said oppressor is an insurance salesman and Pel is...

    well, rich and famous.

    basically, he's saying "HOW YOU LIKE THAT! HAHAHA!"
    he outsmarted him (by doing well in school, caring about his grades, ect.) and is no selling him for scrap!
    MasterExploder117on September 29, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI know people tend to project a bit of themselves into their interpretations but here's my take:

    The person the song is talking about used to be someone who never thought very much but also didn't fit in very well. The other person in the song was always very obedient and never broke any rules.

    Now the first person is successful and has learned from their mistakes. The second person, however, hasn't since they never bothered to try anything risky.
    Cinderwildon January 25, 2009   Link

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