"Break It Out" as written by and Stephen Bryce Avary....
I moved when I see it, you've gotta feel it
Oh, troubles with the TV on
Feel so devastated and activated
Oh, come on, come on let's see some action

I say it's no secret, so don't you keep it
Come on and get on the floor and just

Break it out
Get it all out and start breaking out
Just so we can make it out
Get off your feet and make this count, oh

Oh, friends please excuse me, I'll put it loosely
Oh, I'm sick and tired of sitting down
Can't help but see the reasons to what I'm reading
Oh, the captain did more to this tale

I'm done with the ignorance, is listen for this
I'm gonna h-h-hurry and get up, get out
Make this be for something
Or else it's all just nothing

Break it out
Get it all out and start breaking out
Just so we can make it out
Get off your feet and make this count, oh, yeah

When I started this
I knew it was not just for this
Selfish pleasure of my own
Not for me, but for my own, my own, my own

Break it out
Get it all out and start breaking out
Just so we can make it out
Get off your feet and make this count, oh, yeah

Break it out
Get it all out and start breaking out
Just so we can make it out
Get off your feet and make this count, oh


Lyrics submitted by PuNkMoNkEy113

"Break It Out" as written by Stephen Bryce Avary Bryce Avary

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  • +1
    General Commenti love this band!! need to see them live...with hellogoodbye...
    severalwayson June 27, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI'm pretty sure its:
    feels so devastated
    enough debated
    oh come on
    "come on lets see some action"

    and not
    eels so devastated
    enough debated
    oh come on
    come on let the sun lets let shine

    Thanks for posting these!
    DrewSkidoooon May 04, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI really like this song! I saw them back in March and Bryce said there was a new CD coming out this summer!! annd Im really excited for it.yep.
    megg_youknowon May 04, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentAgh, thanks for the lyric fix Drew but I can't find the edit button now.

    Anyways, I love this song.. it's so full of energy. Basing my thoughts on what he said about the album as a whole, I think he's basically saying that we need to get up and do something about the problems in the world.
    PuNkMoNkEy113on May 09, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentwell first of all- amazing song!
    and i cant wait for July 17th :D
    yesss.
    and hm, i thought enough debated was "and activated"
    and at least some of the times i think its "and just break it out
    Get it all out
    and start >breaking< out" instead of freaking
    but idk lol im probably wrong... just what i hear :]
    milk23on May 14, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentCAN YOU SAY MARVELOUS!!

    jam with peanut BUTTERRSS.

    i cant wait for JULY 17th too!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    ahhhhhhh.

    i love this song soooo much. almost more than beenie babies!!!! :)
    TurtleNeckBlueson May 30, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis song makes me melt.
    marvelous???

    thats nerdy.
    TurtleNeckBlueson May 30, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentyou havent lived until you see bryce perform this
    it gives you an undeniable urge to jump and dance
    deathcab4cootieson June 05, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentdoes anybody else hear a "th" sound after the so-called lyrics of "my home, my home" ?

    i think the correct lyrics are
    "when I started this
    I knew it was not just for this
    selfish pleasure of my own
    not for me but for my oath
    my oath, my oath"

    listen carefully and you'll see what i'm talking about, it definitely doesn't sound like the word "home."
    icecoldcricketson June 24, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI thought he was saying "for my health" lol
    shakespeare109on June 25, 2007   Link

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