"Rollerblade Zero" as written by Amanda Mackinnon, Steven James Clark and John Mckenzie Clark....
you said they were your life long passion
you bought them in the height of fashion
went to Argos just like your friends
looked to see the most you could spend
one girl's different on your street
she bought a skateboard from Concrete
everyone laughed skateboards are out
she didn't belong to the rollerblade crowd yeah

no rollerblade zero

four little wheels all in a row
strap 'em on and ready to go
she didn't listen she just ignored
her only friend was her hook-ups board
she can use it even when her feet grow
she loves skating, it's not just for show
until there becomes a new street trend
her rollerblade hell will never end

the wise men say, hey
that fashions come and fashions fade
why don't they say, hey
there's no room for your rollerblades
okay, okay
yes fashions come and fashions fade
but please refrain
from wearing your rollerblades

okay, okay
yes fashions come and fashions fade
please remove all traces of your rollerblades


Lyrics submitted by LittleDeshu

Rollerblade Zero song meanings
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    General Commenti think this means that buy what you like to do, don't get something just because it is popular. thats stupid, get it cause you like and will still like it because the trend you just bought will be gone before you know it.
    spacehogpop8on June 21, 2003   Link

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