"Most Of Us Prizefighters" as written by and Carl Allan Newman....
Sing what your worth, dinner is served, open your eyes,
Most of us prizefighters will fall for fashion.

But who of us here wants to look back, just to realize
That most of us prizefighters will fall for fashion?

So why wouldn't we fall for you?
The curse of the crowded room, one we have all been to
In the course of a lifetime.
Cut to, a figure alone too soon. Figure it out.
Now who, who would you like it to be?
Yeah, who would you like it to be?

Some have to fight, forced onto sides, heroes will rise,
But most of us prizefighters will fall for fashion.
Most of us prizefighters will fall for fashion. [Repeat x2]


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"Most of Us Prizefighters" as written by Carl Allan Newman

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    General CommentThis song seems to be about self-definition. Newman points out influences like possessions and the majority, but still leaves it unresolved.
    ErikWithBrainon November 19, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think it's about talented artists selling out.
    starrzyon November 18, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI agree with ErikWithBrain and starrzy, the prizefighters are musicians.
    stormvilleon March 28, 2018   Link

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