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Fatboy Slim – Renegade Master (Wildchild) lyrics

Back once again for the renegade master,
D4 damager, power to the people.
Back once again for the renegade master,
D4 damager, with the ill behavior.(4X)

Back once again,[with the ill behavior(5X)]

Back once again for the renegade master,
D4 damager, power to the people.
Back once again for the renegade master,
D4 damager, with the ill behavior.

Back once again.(2X)

[Back once again, with the ill behavior (fade and return)]

Back once again for the renegade master,
D4 damager, power to the people.
Back once again for the renegade master,
D4 damager, with the ill behavior.(5X)\\

Back once again,[with the ill behavior(until end)]



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    5ynicNov 13, 2014 at 3:35 am
    "D4 damager" - in Dungeons & Dragons (D&D), each character class has a different die for attacks from damage. The four sided die (D4) is the damage die for the Wizard class. So, a "D4 Damager" is a wizard.

    "Renegade Master" - a Samurai without a master is a renegade (ronin). one of McKenzie's meanings here could be "renegade master" not in the sense "a master who is a renegade", but in the sense "the master of those who are renegades".

    Putting those 2 things together, we're back once again, for the wizard who is the master of renegades.

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