"Out Of The Darkness" as written by and Dorney/saffron/todd/male....
(Come out of your darkness)
Get up, alarm clock, lip gloss, what a shock!
Get dressed, front door, more stress what for?
Trapped in your world
You know you're trapped in your world
Lunch hour, fast food, telephone, more abuse
VU, headache, cigarettes, coffee break
Trapped in your world
You know you're trapped in your world
(Come out of your darkness)
Out of the darkness, over the tower blocks
Into the light
Go into the rush hour, out of the factory
Leave it behind
(Come out of your darkness)
Turn on your TV, back to suburbia, every night
Come out of the darkness, over the offices, into the light
(Come out of your darkness)
Leave work, happy hour, too drunk by far
Bus full, Waterloo, fall asleep on the tube
Trapped in your world
You know you're trapped in your world
Vodka, lemonade, ashtrays, what a shame
Poor cow, sits alone, pubs closed, go home
Trapped in your world
You know you're trapped in your world
Out of the darkness, over the tower blocks
Into the light
Go into the rush hour, out of the factory
Leave it behind
(Come out of your darkness)
Turn on your TV, back to suburbia, every night
Come out of the darkness, over the offices, into the light
(Come out of your darkness)
Out of the darkness, over the tower blocks
Into the light
Go into the rush hour, out of the factory
Leave it behind
(Come out of your darkness)
Turn on your TV, back to suburbia, every night
Come out of the darkness, over the offices, into the light
(Come out of your darkness)


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"Out of the Darkness" as written by Saffron Aka Samantha Sprackling Timothy Michael Dorney

Lyrics © BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group, Downtown Music Publishing, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General CommentDoesn't this track make you want to shatter the shackles of day-to-day corporate cubicle existance, and go dancing?
    I used to lift weights to this song, going to muscular failure.
    I could just see the listless eyes of societys' masses as they rode metal and glass serpents to heir carpeted cages on a daily basis (Synchronicity by the Police also strikes a resonant chord with me).
    I am one to definitely make an effort to "work for a living: Not Live For Work" kinda guys. A song like this helps keep in perspective that we need not become our jobs. We needn't bring our jobs with us everywhere we go. We are more than the sum of what we do for a living.
    Major Valoron July 17, 2006   Link

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