To me this song is about someone who isn't very accomplished in life and he/she wants to be popular but when this person finally accomplishes something, he/she realizes how much more it will take to be only the underdog and that it will take a lot of time to be popular and not just the underdog.
I believe this song is about being unnoticed or a bit behind or lower ranked than other people, but they are okay with that and accept it. They may know that they are more but don't feel the need to compete against everyone else and get to the top of the leaderboard. Other people don't always notice them or perceive them as a threat to themselves or their work, but when the \"underdog\" wants to do something, they can be powerful.
Hey, that sounds like my luckI get the short end of itOh, I love to beI love to be the underdogHey, that sounds like my luckI get the short end of itOh, I love to beI love to be the underdog
Sometimes the meaning of underdog is in the perception and underestimation of someone's ability based on age, connections, or wealth. Such can be said about the then 16-year-old, Mathis André, who quit high school to pursue a new and innovative technology: an FAQ chatbot, an idea that later became a company known as Faqbot with a valuation of over $2m.
As most underdog stories go, he and his new-found co-founder, Denny Wong, failed in their first project and were silently rejected by a large company. This galvanized them to create their own from scratch, and the rest is history.
What makes Better Bathrooms founder Colin Stevens an underdog is that he failed to become a professional, millionaire golfer by selling golf equipment on eBay. This is because a golfing career is expensive and margins on equipment suck. 59ce067264