"Get Out (Second-hand Smoke remix)" as written by Bradley James Nowell and Eric John Wilson....
My place is not a home,
don't make no difference
but I have found that I need a place to stay,
I never listen what bud lord man gotta say,

You shoulda seen all the flops in my house
We were jumpin on walls and kickin ceilings
Nowadays people listen to me when I say get out,
Hold me and don't let go
Don't make no difference that your a hooker,
I need a place to stay
(disease is just the price I pay)

That show it used to be,
That girl is dead to me now,
All the time people want to know
The meaning of the name, anarchist?

The shit you missed jot a m-mewloop with a peni twist,
What you get is the kind
No gank or cess with yellow lover
On the d-are-you-m-s let the lovin' take a hold over me,
cause all i see is this fussing and fighting
In 1992 lets all try uniting


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"Get Out" as written by Willie James Clarke Willie Clarke

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  • +1
    General CommentNo comments honestly?? One of Sublime's best in my opionion.
    ripbradnowellon December 30, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentSeriously, the original version is a classic but this version is my favorite. I love it
    xWaRpeDxon March 18, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General Commentbrad could barely afford to live anywhere so he rented the upper part of a ladies apartment and partied there all the time. thats a message she left him
    cec6592on January 03, 2011   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthe lady doing the landlord part is his ex girlfriend eileen
    kwahion April 20, 2011   Link
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    General CommentActually, the woman at the beginning of the song was one of Buds ex girlfriends landlord. And it was a actual recording that the landlord left on Buds ex girlfriends answering machine.
    Binkedon December 05, 2013   Link

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