King Of The Underdogs

Album: Heavy Metal Music (2013)
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  • Pick up the pieces that the puzzle made
    From scraps of dreams out of focus and frayed
    Make up the reasons for the words that were said
    From scraps of dreams that trap the screams

    Take my place leading the pack
    Back down from my razorback
    I dig deeper to bury and find the track

    Runny into the unknown
    Lonely yet I'm not alone
    I keep looking to grind a stone

    I am the king
    Underdogs rise
    I am the king
    From the flames
    I am the king
    Underdogs prize

    I am the king of the underdogs
    You know that's my name

    Sworn to fun discovery
    I still dream imagining
    Beyond the edge recovering

    Underdogs rise from the flame
    Feel the sound feet to ground
    Hellhound unchained Writer/s: JASON C NEWSTED
    Publisher: IMAGEM U.S. LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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