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WWF – Dx Original Theme lyrics

Are you ready?

Think you can tell us what to do?
Think you can tell us what to wear?
You think that you're better?
Well you'd better get ready
Bow to the masters
Break it down!

Degenerate into somethin, foo'
I just got tired of doin' what ya told me to do
But that's the breaks boy
Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaah
That's the breaks little man
Break it down

D-Generation X!

D-Generation!!!

Think you can tell me what to do?

Do you know who your talkin' to?

Well you'd better get used to the way the ball bounces
I've seen what you got, it measures in ounces
But that's the breaks boy
Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaah
That's the breaks little man
Break it down!

D-Generation X!

D-Generation!

You think you're a big man?
Treat you like your a little man

Yo tell me what its like to be half a man
It must break your heart to see what I am But
That's the breaks boy
Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaah
That's the breaks little man
Break it down!

D-Generation X!

D-Generation!

Just stop
Wanna be like me? Someone else?
Put it away like a book on a shelf that
You can't read boy
Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaah
You can't read little man
Break it down!



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