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I'm a night rider burning the highways, no brakes I ride
Tasmanian Devil, a mean streak as wide as the sky
As wild as the night
Cause I'm a wild screaming eagle
I thunder and roll down the line

No one can see that I got to be free
All that I need's just to ride in the breeze
I'm running today, I'm still bound to stay
Don't tread on me cause I'm living to be
S-s-s-s-s-savage

I'm a fur stroking monster, I'll eat you alive
My heart is my smoking sportster, cross me and you'll not survive
My wheels are my life

No one can see that I got to be free
All that I need's just to ride in the breeze
I'm running today, I'm still bound to stay
Don't tread on me cause I'm living to be
S-s-s-s-s-savage
Don't dare touch me
Five hundred c-c-c-c-c-c-s

No one can see that I got to be free
All that I need's just to ride in the breeze
I'm running today, I'm still bound to stay
Don't tread on me cause I'm destined to be
Savage
To be free, ride in the breeze
No don't you touch me
I'm running today, I'm still bound to stay
Sa-sa-sa-savage



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