"Get Out" as written by and Grant Hutchison Scott Hutchison....
I'm in the arch of the church
Between her thumb and her forefinger
I'm a worshipper
A zealot king, cursed, a devotee
Of the heady golden dance she does
She's an uncut drug
Find the vein and the pulse
Chased it and for a minute I was floating dead above myself

Get out of my heart
She won't, she won't
Get out of my heart
She won't, she won't
I saw a glimmer in the dark
And now I know she won't get out of my heart
She won't

I'm in your purse
Pull me out and throw me down
Stick me to your lip and draw a scarlet 'O'
There's a name on my chest in red
The embossing of a branded bull
And I don't want you to

Get out of my heart
She won't, she won't
Get out of my heart
She won't, she won't
I saw a glimmer in the dark
And now I know she won't get out of my heart
She won't

Get out of my heart
She won't, she won't
Get out of my heart
She won't, she won't
And there's a heavenly scar
That let's me know she won't get out of my heart
She won't


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"Get Out" as written by Grant Hutchison Scott Hutchison

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    My InterpretationThis is a tricky one and I'm not sure I have an answer. Like many FR songs there are undertones of both love and drug use and I think an argument could be made for either one. There are literal references to both scenarios, such as continuously referring to "her" and "she" and references to his heart, which speak of love, but I think the more convincing argument is that he is referring to drug use, specifically an intravenous drug, such as literally saying "she's an uncut drug" and finding the "vein and the pulse" (scarlet "O" to me could be the blood entering a syringe or the scar left afterwards).

    Perhaps the point is that love itself is like a drug, or somewhat vice versa that heavy drug use has deep repercussions that reach the depths of your heart and soul just like love. Regardless of the scenario, the author is clearly suffering with his inability to separate himself from the lover/drug or drug/lover.

    Oh, and I love this f---ing song. Well done FR.
    thebot108on August 25, 2016   Link

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