"Get Out! (Original 40oz. version)" as written by Bradley James Nowell and Eric John Wilson....
My place is not a home,
don't make no difference
but I have found that I need a place to stay,
I never listen what bud lord man gotta say,

You shoulda seen all the flops in my house
We were jumpin on walls and kickin ceilings
Nowadays people listen to me when I say get out,
Hold me and don't let go
Don't make no difference that your a hooker,
I need a place to stay
(disease is just the price I pay)

That show it used to be,
That girl is dead to me now,
All the time people want to know
The meaning of the name, anarchist?

The shit you missed jot a m-mewloop with a peni twist,
What you get is the kind
No gank or cess with yellow lover
On the d-are-you-m-s let the lovin' take a hold over me,
cause all i see is this fussing and fighting
In 1992 lets all try uniting

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"Get Out" as written by Willie James Clarke Willie Clarke

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    General Commentok sentimentalfool.....and chelzador:

    yes, its number two on second hand....but read the cover book thing. miguel says that the original contains samples from, if i remember, a "long haired, British burnout band which will remain nameless".......that band was led zeppelin, and the song is the lemon song. sublime originally released this song (Get Out) on the Skunk Records version of 40 oz. When MCA signed them, they discovered that they didnt have consent of LZ and were forced to drop it (along with "Rawhide", and the last like 2 minutes of "thanks"). So sentimentalfool, you obviously have the MCA version.....as do i. and that sucks, because "get out" was much better "original" than it was "remixed" (as found on second hand), not only because of the samples, but also the whole hip hop part in the middle. however, if you can find Get Out original online, i suggest you download it.....much worth it. im out........try me at LedZeppelin1965 on aim with further questions on the matter.
    Sublime54465on June 30, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentOMG i can not believe no one has commented on this song... it is the absolute best song by Sublime! RIP Bradly Nowell... aw I miss him so much! I've got this huge poster of him on my wall that says "Sublime's Crazy Fool...Portrait of a Punk" Its the best! Anyways.. yea this song is awesome. And just to let you kno... its not about Brad, its about Bud and Eric who were staying in Brad's house
    xxkrash182xxon May 05, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commentyou should add the beginning answering machine part... it's the greatest
    Ali0sonon May 23, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commentbud and eric are equally responsible for sublimes outstanding talent.... your comment is incredibly ignorant. everyone only ever mentions brad.. and his lose to heroin, why not focus on bud who overcame the addiction?
    iamthemafiaon May 28, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIsn't this on "Robin' the Hood"? It's not on 40 oz, I still love the lyrics though.
    sentimentalf0olon May 30, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis is number two on second-hand smoke, and the song is AWESOME!
    chelzadoron June 08, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commentevery song is awesome.... great band!
    Lalalalaon June 10, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commentdefinitely agree, this version is WAY better because it has "miguel rap" which is golden, and the fade ending which sound a ton better than the drunken stupor ending of the remix.
    BlackLungFeveron March 25, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis is great in both versions. The original gets a little choppy during the scracthin and sampling part. And I don't know wat the hell ur talkin about black lung cuz i love that part at the end of the remix version.
    silent_thunderon April 29, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentwhy every time there is a rap you guys say its sonmeone other than Brad? Brad could spit fire with the rest of them...Rap is a cornerstone for Sublime...
    Fatrickon September 01, 2006   Link

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