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You ain't got nothing
Left to prove today
Unlikely heroes from
Around the way
Come back tomorrow
And we'll save
The day
It's on me, it's
On you
So tell me what we
Gonna do
Tell me what we
Gonna do

I'm 'bout to drop
This like a habit
The future's ours if
We just grab it
Don't need no clutch,
It's automoatic
We just can't ignore
What we came
Here for
It's only fear that
Will prevent us
All that we need is
Deep within us
They started
Something we
Gon' finish
And we can't ignore
What we came
Here for

I'm moving these
Shoes like Monopoly
Ain't ever gonna
Count what it's
Costing me
Because we run
The show 'bout
Twenty below
From the banks of
Negril to the streets
Of Soho

It's our time to shine
We gon' do it right
It's our time to
Blind 'em
We gon' do it
Right now
It's our time to shine
We gon' do it right
And we can't ignore
What we came
Here for



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    CarrieFan103897May 18, 2009 at 11:22 pm
    This song was used in the credits right after the Rock Monster video in the secong VeggieTales movie, The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything. A good movie for kids, and even entertaining for adults & teens. I think it's unlikely heroes asking what they should do.

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