I went to your school of broken sence
You showed me the door, I walked out by myself
I came for the knowledge, now I'm gonna get the rest
I'm ready to go
Step right in to this smalltown show
I tune in underground radio

Well, come on and examine me
Examine my thougts and my qalities
My will come straight out of loaded fucking energy

I'm gonna show 'em
Everything I know
Underground Radio

The channel of a visionary and a critic
Breaking down the lies systematic
Antiquated slogans from a time barely known
They fall and then they're gone
One by one


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    I think this song has something to do with the underground msuic scene, maybe how it works andis better than mainstream...this isn't one of my favorites by these guys, but it is still a good song.

    Madcappunkon April 05, 2003   Link

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