Put Me Out

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  • Several of the tracks on The Used's fifth album, Vulnerable, are informed by the drive to overcome all obstacles, whether physical or emotional. Vocalist Bert McCracken explained that this song centers on "the turmoil from a relationship you could have with anyone in your life; how people just kind of feel cheated and fu--ed over sometimes. Falling down and rising above that can make you a more powerful and stronger person."
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