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Yngwie Malmsteen – Wild One lyrics

Once upon a time
When I was younger
On a hellride without brakes
Nothing in the world
Could still my hunger
No matter what the stakes
I was the viking
I saw the light
The force was rising
Shining bright
I was the soldier without faith
The Black Star's glowing rage
Running wild

I was the wild one
Not a man, just a child
Running wild
I was the wild one
Wild, Wild, Wild one
Not a man, just a child
Running wild

Things were simple then
I had no worries
Never stopping for red lights
Invincible in mind
Speeding through lide
Just another barfight

I was the viking
I saw the light
The force was rising
Shining bright
I was the soldier without faith
The Black Star's glowing rage
Running wild

I was the wild one
Not a man, just a child
Running wild
I was the wild one
Wild, Wild, Wild one
Not a man, just a child
Running wild

I was the wild one
Wild, Wild, Wild one
Not a man, just a child
Running wild

I was the wild one
Wild, Wild, Wild one
Not a man, just a child
Running wild



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