"Step Out of the Car" as written by and Adam Harrison Piers John Towler Hewitt....
Step out of the car
Inner-city action
It's already won
It's already won

Charges bring a swarm
To rumors of corruption
It's already war
It's already war

And I'm looking for you
So surrender to me
In this storm
It's hard to see
There's a thin
line between
Love and hate
Love and hate

Step out of the car
Acts of desperation
Leave you in a mess
Leave you in a mess

Americana's glow
Is gone without a place to go
It's already war
It's already war

And I'm looking for you
So surrender to me
In this storm
It's hard to see
There's a thin
line between
Love and hate
Love and hate

Voices winning me instead
Undercover in my head
Voices winning me instead
Triggers pointed at my head

Step out of the car
Step out of the car
Step out of the car
Step out of the car


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"Step Out of the Car" as written by Nathan Nicholson Adam Harrison

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    General CommentThe band explained the song's meaning to Clash Magazine: "We came up with this idea of a rogue cop being chased by his own department. I'm quite positive no one would ever get that story from the lyrics, but the whole idea spawned off the title. The guy is hearing voices in his head and I suppose feels victimized in life - 'Rumors of corruption. Acts of desperation leave you in mess. Voices winning me instead, undercover in my head.' We never try to write singles, but this song jumped out as one as soon as we'd finished it. It also gives the record some balance."
    FloridaGuyon October 29, 2011   Link

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