"Get Out While You Can" as written by Benjamin Byrne, James Paul Stelfox, James Milne Walsh and Barry Westhead....
Get out while you can, it's set to blow
You should just be glad I let you know
We don't like your kind here
So get out while you can

Get out while you can the need is high
I can see the fear
In your eyes
We don't like your minds here
So get out while you can

Do you see
What I see?
A classless
Society?

Get out while you can, it's set to blow
You should just be glad I let you know
We planted some mines here
So get out while you can

Do you see
What I see?
A plastic
Society?
Won't bring us
To our knees
So come on
And help me

Do you see
What I see?
A classless
Society?
Won't bring us
To our knees
So come on
Baby
Help me
Won't you,
Please?


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"Get Out While You Can" as written by James Stelfox Benjamin Byrne

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    General CommentI think the last paragraph on here is wrong, rather than saying "A classless Society?", to me it sounds like "A class led Society?".
    Though that is just my opinion. Same change in the 3rd paragraph.
    As for the song as a whole, it seems to be talking about an escape from something that is deemed to be rather fabricated, fake. This is especially prevelant with the line "A plastic society?".
    Wildenon August 12, 2007   Link

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