"In-N-Out (Animal Style)" as written by David Katz, Sam Hollander and Travis Clark....
I'm west coast bound
For a brand new sound
Lookin' hard for the city of angels

I lost my maps
There's no turning back
All I see is a city of strangers

Someone here make me believe

I'm ready to go
I think you already know
We can save this
Los Angeles
I'm holding my ground
Before the streets take me down
I can shake this
Los Angeles
I'm brakin'
I'm fadin'
I'm waitin' for you
We'll leave the radio on
Until the feeling is gone
I won't miss this
Los Angeles

Sleepless nights
I look to the right
All I see is a pillow that's lonely

Dream of you
Saving me on cue
Wishing that you were laying beside me

All that's left is to believe

I'm ready to go
I think you already know
We can save this
Los Angeles
I'm holding my ground
Before the streets take me down
I can shake this
Los Angeles
I'm brakin'
I'm fadin'
I'm waitin' for you
We'll leave the radio on
Until the feeling is gone
I won't miss this
Los Angeles

WoahOhWoah (I'm goin' home)
Less talk, Less talk
And more walk
Less talk, Less talk
And more walk

Cause I'm ready to go
I think you already know
We can save this
Los Angeles

I'm ready to go
I think you already know
We can save this
Los Angeles
I'm holding my ground
Before the streets take me down
I can shake this
Los Angeles
I'm brakin'
I'm fadin'
I'm waitin' for you
We'll leave the radio on
Until the feeling is gone
I won't miss this
Los Angeles

I won't miss you
Los Angeles


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"In-N-Out (Animal Style)" as written by Sam Hollander David Katz

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    General CommentWhy doesnt anyone comment? I think I may be completely wrong on this one, but I kind of feel its about someone wanting to leave but the one they love doesnt want to go with them for some reason? And when that person leaves they kind of regret it. Could have something to do with a fight? Not sure at all, but I'm sure that I love this song<3
    smilesejon April 11, 2010   Link
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    My InterpretationI agree with smilesej about the interpretation. It seems that the singer left the one he loved to go to another place (Los Angeles), and he started to miss her, so he decides to return back to her.

    "I'm West Coast bound for a brand new sound
    Looking hard for the City of Angels
    I lost my maps
    There's no turning back
    All I see is a city of strangers
    Someone here make me believe"

    He left to look for Los Angeles, and said that there's no turning back to return to the one he left. And now he's just walking with people he doesn't know and wants someone to make him believe he made the right choice.

    "I'm ready to go
    I think you already know
    We can save this
    Los Angeles
    I'm holding my ground
    Before the streets take me down
    I can shake this
    Los Angeles"

    He's trying to forget what he did (I can shake this, Los Angeles) and that he can fix what he did by starting his new life there and not returning (We can save this, Los Angeles. I'm holding my ground, before the streets take me down).

    "I'm breaking, I'm fading
    Waiting for you
    And with the radio on
    Until the feeling is gone
    I will miss this
    Los Angeles"

    He's been trying to forget, but he's starting to want her back (I'm breaking, I'm fading) and is subconsciously hoping that she would come to him (Waiting for you). Now he's trying to ignore the feeling (And with the radio on, until the feeling is gone), but still misses being with her (I will miss this, Los Angeles).

    "Sleepless nights
    I look to the right
    All I see is a pillow that's lonely
    Dream of you saving me on cue
    Wishing that you were laying beside me
    All that's left is to believe"

    Now he really realizes his mistake, and he can't sleep because he misses her presence beside him (Sleepless nights, I look to the right, all I see is a pillow that's lonely). He still wishes she would come meet him in Los Angeles so they can be together again (Dream of you saving me on cue, wishing that you were laying beside me).

    "I'm ready to go
    I think you already know
    We can save this
    Los Angeles
    I'm holding my ground
    Before the streets take me down
    I can shake this
    Los Angeles
    I'm breaking, I'm fading
    Waiting for you
    And with the radio on
    Until the feeling is gone
    I will miss this
    Los Angeles
    I'm going home"

    Same thing as with the first verse, but he now decides he's going to return home.

    "Less talk
    Less talk and more walk
    Less talk
    Less talk and more
    Less talk
    Less talk and more walk"

    He's telling himself to stop talking about her coming to him, and is saying that he needs to take his own action to return to her.

    "'Cause I'm ready to go
    I think you already know
    We can save this
    Los Angeles"

    He's basically saying that he's ready to go now and that he can save his relationship by leaving Los Angeles.

    "I'm ready to go
    I think you already know
    We can save this
    Los Angeles
    I'm holding my ground
    Before the streets take me down
    I can shake this
    Los Angeles
    I'm breaking, I'm fading
    Waiting for you
    And with the radio on
    Until the feeling is gone
    I will miss this
    Los Angeles
    I will miss you, Los Angeles"

    He finally leaves Los Angeles to return, and is saying that while he is returning to his lover, he will still miss being in Los Angeles.

    This is my interpretation of it all. Tell me what you think.
    DeepRainon July 21, 2010   Link
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    General Commentlol, since its talking about Los Angeles..
    anyone else think the songs named after the burger point In n Out? haha
    roxy26211on August 08, 2010   Link
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    General Commentactually I think it's definitely about the burger place in Cali.they have a burger on their menu named Animal Style
    roxy26211on September 25, 2010   Link

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