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Aug 13

The Renegade Trilogy

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RENEGADE

He’s just a boy, that has lost his way,
He’s a rebel, that has fallen down.
He’s a fool, that’s blown away,
To you and me, he’s a renegade.

He’s a clown, that we put down,
He’s a man, that doesn’t fit.
He’s a king, but not in this town,
To you and me, he’s a renegade.

But he is a king, when he’s on his own,
He’s got a bike, and that’s his throne.
And when he rides, he’s like the wind,
To you and me, he’s a renegade.

He’s just a boy, that has lost his sights,
He’s a stranger, that prowls the night.
He’s a devil, that’s right,
To you and me, he’s a renegade.

Check it out, check his face,
Look at his eyes, they’re so sly.
I wonder why, he cries on the inside,
I wonder why, he’s a renegade.

Oh please, I’m on my begged, bended knees,
Oh please, please heed my call.
He’s just a boy, that has lost his way,
He’s just a boy, that’s all.

NO ONE TOLD HIM

Hey listen closely
Listen while I tell you
Why he loves you
And what he misses mostly

It’s pointless his pretending
He’s got a broken heart
A broken heart
That needs mending

You didn’t tell him
You didn’t want to see him again

He’s going crazy
He’s reckless
Without you baby
He’s helpless

It’s deadly how you broke him
He’s a fool
Without you baby
I’m not joking

You didn’t tell him
You didn’t want to see him again

Now when I’m down
My friends they come around
And when I’m upset
My friends they help me forget

But how can he forget?
He hasn’t got a friend
‘cos no one told him
You didn’t want to see him again

He’s all washed up and washed out
Without you baby
Every place he goes
He’s thrown out

He’s turned vicious
He’s malicious
Just goes to show how much he misses
You know what

He wouldn’t tell me
You didn’t want to see him again

You didn’t tell him
You didn’t want to see him again

I couldn’t tell him
You didn’t want to see him again

I didn’t tell him
You didn’t want to see him again

ITS GETTING DANGEROUS

The man finds himself alone for the first time in his life
He’s always got a problem, he’s got to work it out wrong or right
He’s got to work it out, he’s so lonely in the night
He’s got to work it all alone

Now who in the world would believe that he’s got another trick up his sleeve
And who in the world wants to know which way should he go
Which way should he turn? which way should he learn?
Which day should he stop? which way to the top?

I remember him when we were friends, when we were young, way back then
I still can recall when we were small how he tried his best to warn us all

This living on his own has turned his heart to stone and it’s all pain
He sits out on his own and eats his heart out alone in the pouring rain
Now who in the world would have know
That just a few years ago his love could have grown and grown

Through the rain, the sleet and snow
But the rain, the sleet and snow chills the heart and kills the soul
So the let the cold winds blow
What he doesn’t see he doesn’t know

I remember him when we were friends, when we were young, way back then
I recall it all when we were small how he tried his best to warn us all

I remember it still, I always will when we were friends way back then
I recall it all when we were small how he tried his best to warn us all
He said, “watch out for the danger”
He said, “watch out”

The man is a winner for the first time in his life
He looks a little thinner but he says “hey that doesn’t matter”
But if you look closely
You’ll see a cold smug self-satisfactory smile behind

And now that he has won it doesn’t matter how or which way it was done
Now that he’s in control, revenge is in his heart and soul
The power is at his fingertips, vengeance is on his lips
But the power he fought to control now has got him in it’s grips

I remember him when we were friends, when we were young, way back then
I recall it all when we were small how he tried his best to warn us all

I remember it still, I always will when we were friends way back then
I recall it all when we were small how he tried his best to warn us all

I remember him when we were friends, when we were young, way back then
But now we’re all grown up and we’re strangers
You see, bit by bit, part by part, we slipped and slipped
Till we’d grown apart and now we’re strangers