"Get On The Floor" as written by Daniel John Dideer, David S. Von Bohlen and Jason P. Gnewikow....
There's no one to save with your albums
So come on baby take off your headphones
No more guitar songs
It's just nervous energy you're sending to me

We go dancing and I feel paranoid
I get on the floor and i just freak out
Now I need someone that'll slow me down and pick me up

We might be wrecked but it's just the principle
We choose our sides we raise our right minds
We spend our time we feel alright

In a second life I'd never become a singer
They've all gone mad sad and angry
If it ended tonight I'd consider myself lucky and leave

We might be wrecked but it's just the principle
We choose our sides we raise our right minds
We spend our time we feel alright

I feel paranoid I get on the floor and I just freak out


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"Get on the Floor" as written by Daniel John Didier Daniel John Dideer

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    General CommentIm thinking this song is about drugs. Hes talking about how he feels paranoid, and freaks out, and how both of them are wrecked; he also mentions how being a singer isnt the best life to lead. Maybe he wouldnt be caught up in all the destructive stuff if wasnt a musician, but for now he "feels alright".
    episodeivon January 26, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti have a strong feeling this is not about drugs of any sort. i really think there is a meaning behind all of this. i just can't quite put my finger on it yet
    Whatchagots?!?on April 12, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis might be about being with someone that you can have a good time with, but eventually you'll want to settle down. I think everyone has had a boyfriend/girlfriend like that. Your on edge, kinda paranoid, feeling a little uneasy.
    Andykinsellaon March 30, 2009   Link

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