"Step Aside" as written by Mads Brauer, Casper Clausen, Thomas Husmer, Rasmus Stolberg, Rune Molgaard and Tobias Hellkvist....
Dispose get around
I suppose I fall off,
Access step aside,
I suppose I fall as I fly
Make me say,
I found A,
I follow your side,
Straps and booze,
If I lose,
I follow you blind.


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    General CommentI found aim.
    Revolution89on September 16, 2008   Link
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    General CommentHere are the correct lyrics:

    Dispose get around
    I suppose I fall off,
    Access step aside,
    I suppose I fall as I fly
    Make me say,
    I found Aim,
    I follow your side,
    Straps and boots,
    If I lose,
    I follow you blind.


    If you want proof look at the live version:
    uk.youtube.com/…

    The words are slightly clearer. And he also covers his eyes when he says 'I follow you blind'

    Excellent song. Not completely sure about the meaning. The feel of the words seems to suggest some kind of shift in power;
    'Dispose'
    'Access' 'Step aside'

    Perhaps about corruption? 'I suppose I fall as I fly'
    Even though they are 'flying' so to speak, their morales are falling.

    I'm not too sure.
    cam3210on January 03, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis is a really good song. I love this band, I wish people would submit more of their lyrics..
    Tristeon April 13, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI don't think these lyrics are correct, I think it is;

    Dispose, Get around.
    I suppose I fall off.
    Access, Step Aside
    I suppose I fall as I fly.
    Make me say
    I found a
    I follow your sign
    Straps and booze
    If I lose.
    I follow your blood.

    ?Fell off with a sign on, Singing with in?
    Or
    ?Fellow with a sign on, Singing with him?

    The last bit is a bit of a guess and I have put a variation, I kinda prefer the second one and it makes a bit more sense - but then there is not a huge amount of sense to the rest of the lyric!

    Whats your thoughts?
    somalandon June 18, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI actually asked this band to post their lyrics, and they said "they don't like to separate their lyrics from their music". That's pretentiously stupid... however, the song is calming.
    girlabstracton July 30, 2008   Link
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    General CommentYeah, girlabstract. I posted something similar on their website and they told me the same.
    And it still seem to me that its "I follow you blind" instead of "I follow your blood" on the last sentence.
    stuartrulezon August 04, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI thought i went like this:
    I follow your sigh
    Straps and booze
    If I lose.
    I follow your blood.
    Dargonlordon August 20, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI thought it went like this:
    I follow your sigh
    Straps and booze
    If I lose.
    I follow your blood.
    Dargonlordon August 20, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI always assumed it was straps and boots, I might be wrong though.
    It just seems unlikely to me that a Danish band would be using an English colloquialism
    TheTreefingerson August 27, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI think it definitely is

    Straps and boots
    If I lose.
    I follow your blood

    Straps & boots, referring to traveling, in ref. to "following". Not a colloquialism, simply mentioning things used in travel.
    underpenguinon October 06, 2008   Link

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