Get Out of Here

Album: Black Rose - A Rock Legend (1979)
  • Pack up, I've had enough, that's it, I quit
    Give up, you win, I lose, you win
    You choose, you stay
    I'll go, you stay, I lose

    I used to be a dreamer
    But I realize that it's not my style at all
    In fact it becomes clearer that a dreamer
    Doesn't stand a chance at all

    Get out of here
    Get out of here
    Get out
    Do I make myself clear

    No way, I must go, can't stay, must run
    No chance, I can't give a second chance
    No hope, there's no hope for you now
    No romance, no more romance

    No how, no how could we stay together
    No need, I have no need for you now
    No fear, no fear of you no more

    Get out of here
    Get out of here
    Do I make myself clear

    Pack up, give in, go home, get out

    I used to be a dreamer
    But I realized that it's not my style at all
    In fact it becomes clearer that a dreamer
    Doesn't stand a chance at all

    And I've become bitter
    For I believe that this is better
    No matter, whatever, whenever
    We can never ever stay together

    Get out of here
    Go

    Do I make myself plain
    I don't want to ever see you again
    Get out of here

    Pack up, give in, get out of here
    Rev up, go away, get out of here
    Give in, go home, right away, get to
    Pack up, give in, give up, rev up
    Go away, out Writer/s: JAMES URE, PHILIP PARRIS LYNOTT
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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