Get Outta My Way

Album: Aphrodite (2010)
Charted: 12
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  • What's the worst thing that could happen to you?
    Take a chance tonight and try something new
    You're getting boring, you're oh-so boring
    And I don't recognize the zombie you turn into

    Don't worry 'cause tonight I got you
    You can take a seat, do what you normally do
    I'm about to let you see
    (This is) this is what'll happen if you ain't givin' your girl what she needs

    Leave you, move on to a perfect stranger
    You talk, I walk, wanna feel the danger
    See me with him and it's turning you on
    It's got me saying
    Getting me back at the end of this song

    Get outta my (hey)
    Get outta my way
    Got no more to say (hey)
    He's taken your place
    Get outta my way
    Way outta my way
    Got no more to say (hey)
    He's taken your place
    Get outta my way

    Now I gotta taste, I wanna explore
    Ain't going to waste, no, not anymore
    You goin' hard now to win my heart, but
    Too many times now you've been calling her

    Don't worry 'cause tonight I got you
    You can take a seat, do what you normally do
    I'm about to let you see (let you see)
    This is what'll happen if you ain't givin' your girl what she needs

    Leave you, move on to a perfect stranger
    You talk, I walk, wanna feel the danger
    See me with him and it's turning you on
    It's got me saying
    Getting me back at the end of this song

    Get outta my (hey)
    Get outta my way
    Got no more to say (hey)
    He's taken your place
    Get outta my way
    Way outta my way (hey)
    Got no more to say (hey)
    He's taken your place
    Get outta my

    And, no, I ain't goin' home 'cause I wanna stay
    But I won't be alone, no how, no way
    Now I've showed you what I'm made of (made of)
    This is what'll happen if you ain't givin' your girl what she needs

    Leave you, move on to a perfect stranger
    You talk, I walk, wanna feel the danger
    See me with him and it's turning you on
    It's got me saying
    Getting me back at the end of this song

    Get outta my (hey)
    Get outta my way (hey)
    Got no more to say (hey)
    He's taken your place
    Get outta my (hey)
    Way outta my way (hey)
    Got no more to say (hey)
    He's taken your place
    Get outta my way

    No, I ain't goin' home (uhuh uhuh uhuh)
    But I won't be alone (uhuh uhuh uhuh)
    Now I've showed you what I'm made of (uhuh uhuh uhuh)
    Now I've showed you what I'm made of (uhuh uhuh uhuh ah) Writer/s: Damon Sharp, Daniel Heloy Davidsen, Lucas Secon, Mich Hedin Hansen, Peter Wallevik
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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