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Take your partners in a circle, this dance called the shitkicker
Caught up in feelin' like you've been let down
You're on the outside round the outside (stand up, stand up)
You always feel it but you don't see how you're on the outside
Come put your hands up (hands up)
'Cos if you're tired of the blame, tired of the shame
Can you hear a voice calling?
What can you do, but start kicking too
Go ask any cowboy, how many arrows does it take out in the battle?

Make your mark on this world of ours, you're not just some shitkicker
Grab all those feelings now with both those hands
Come on the inside from the outside (stand up stand up)
Lose all those demons that you don't need now you're on the inside
Come put your hands up (hands up)
Cos if you're tired of the blame tired of the shame
Can you hear a voice calling?
What can you do but start kicking too
Go ask any cowboy, how many arrows does it take out in the battle?



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