"Turn It Out" as written by Jesse Keeler and Sebastien Grainger....
Be there for you someday soon
Don't hold your breath I'm on the move
I know you have so much to say
To me but I'm on the move

Move-Move-Move

Oh, we'll take the time to turn it out


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"Turn It Out" as written by Sebastien Grainger Jesse Keeler

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  • +1
    General Commentnice, deadbolt1986, dotn assume u make an ass out of u and me....just joking i guess it seems liek its all about sex but the lyrics go much deeper than that, although Sexy Results and Pull Out are fucking great sex songs
    luckey_shirton March 22, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI agree with LydiaXoXo. He is clearly busy with something (music, career or whatever) and can't be there for her/him anymore because of it.

    Either that, or he was been away a long time, and they haven't talked in forever. "I know you have so much to say" and he's trying to get there and listen.

    And the last line could mean that when he does get there, they will take their time and work things out? maybe. I don't know.
    M4tthuon August 01, 2008   Link
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    General Commentwell since this entire album is about sex, and this is track 1, i will just assume this is the part where hes chasing the girl down trying to be with her.
    deadbolt1986on December 09, 2005   Link
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    General CommentOh hush all of you. The entire album is one large orgasm. Of course there is some depth in their songs and they're not complete sex-addicts, but one of this albums main objectives is sex and might I add it is amazing to have sex to.
    Etceteranoughon July 12, 2007   Link
  • -1
    General Commentman, great song

    when i post it doesnt go in the latest comment thing
    :(
    BURNpianoISLANDon June 25, 2005   Link
  • -1
    General Commentbloody hell, TOTALLY inacurate.

    Firstly, the entire album is NOT about sex. There are sexual connotations, but the whole thing is not about sticking it.

    This song is just talking about how he wont be able to be there for her because "hes on the move" (i'm assuming thast means he's advancing in his musical career).
    y'know?--> "don't hold your breath", as in dont count on me being there.
    Maybe later, but right now, it's all about the music.
    LydiaXoXoon December 20, 2005   Link
  • -1
    General CommentIt really wouldn't even matter if the band themselves said the album was literally all about sex, the fact that the songs can just as easily fit some other interpretation invalidates the idea that that's the sum total of all meaning.
    somnambulanceon September 20, 2010   Link
  • -2
    General CommentOh hush all of you. The entire album is one large orgasm. Of course there is some depth in their songs and they're not complete sex-addicts, but one of this albums main objectives is sex and might I add it is amazing to have sex to.
    Etceteranoughon July 12, 2007   Link

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