Sly & The Family Stone • Underdog • 1969

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Sly & The Family Stone • Underdog

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I know how it feels to expect to get a fair shake
But they won’t let you forget
That you’re the underdog and you’ve got to be twice as good
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Even if you’re never right
They get uptight when you get too bright
Cause you might start thinking too much
(Yeah yeah)

I know how it feels when you know you’re real
But every other time
You get up and get a raw deal
(Yeah yeah)

I know how it feels to get demoted
When it comes time you got promoted
But you might be movin’ up too fast
(Yeah, yeah)

If you ever loved somebody of a different set
I bet the set didn’t let you forget
That it just don’t go like that
(Yeah, yeah)

I know how it feels
For people to stop, turn around and stare
So go right, don’t rate me
I don’t mind

I know how it feels to be played upon
See you at the party
But you’re really, you’re really all alone
They just underestimate me
(Yeah yeah)

I know how it feels when you’re feelin’ down
And you wanna come up but you realise
You’re in the wrong part of town
(Yeah, yeah)

I know how it feels to have to go along
With people you don’t even know
Simply because there happens to be a whole lot more of them
(Yeah, yeah)

Say, I’m the underdog
I’m the underdog
I don’t mind, ’cause I can handle it
Underdog, it’s gonna be alright
I’m the underdog

1 Comment »

  1. Check out stories behind this and other of the band’s albums in my book, I Want to Take You Higher: The Life and Times of Sly & the Family Stone (Backbeat Books, 2008), Foreword by Sly, Preface by George Clinton, available at local bookstores, chains, and online.

    Comment by Jeff Kaliss — 11/7/2008 @ 23:54 Fri

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