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Steppin' Out
Joe Jackson Lyrics


Now
The mist across the window hides the lines
But nothing hides the color of the lights that shine
Electricity so fine
Look and dry your eyes

We
So tired of all the darkness in our lives
With no more angry words to say
Can come alive
Get into a car and drive
To the other side

Me babe, steppin out
Into the night
Into the light
You babe, steppin out
Into the night
Into the light

We
Are young but getting old before our time
We'll leave the T.V. and the radio behind
Don't you wonder what we'll find
Steppin' out tonight

You
Can dress in pink and blue just like a child
And in a yellow taxi turn to me and smile
We'll be there in just a while
If you follow me

Me babe, steppin' out
Into the night
Into the light
You babe, steppin' out
Into the night
Into the light

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
Written by: David Ian Jackson

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Tony Youells

Now
The mist across the window hides the lines
But nothing hides the color of the lights that shine
Electricity so fine
Look and dry your eyes
We
So tired of all the darkness in our lives
With no more angry words to say
Can come alive
Get into a car and drive
To the other side
Me babe, steppin' out
Into the night
Into the light
You babe, steppin' out
Into the night
Into the light
We
Are young but getting old before our time
We'll leave the T.V. and the radio behind
Don't you wonder what we'll find
Steppin' out tonight
You
Can dress in pink and blue just like a child
And in a yellow taxi turn to me and smile
We'll be there in just a while
If you follow me
Me babe, steppin' out
Into the night
Into the light
You babe, steppin' out
Into the night
Into the light
Me babe, steppin' out
Into the night
Into the light
You babe, steppin' out
Into the night
Into the light
Me babe, steppin' out
Into the night
Into the light



Marsha Garate

Now
The mist across the window hides the lines
But nothing hides the color of the lights that shine
Electricity so fine
Look and dry your eyes

We
So tired of all the darkness in our lives
With no more angry words to say can come alive
Get into a car and drive
To the other side

Chorus:
Me babe, steppin' out
Into the night
Into the light
You babe, steppin' out
Into the night
Into the light

We
Are young but getting old before our time
We'll leave the T.V. and the radio behind
Don't you wonder what we'll find
Steppin' out tonight?

You
Can dress in pink and blue just like a child
And in a yellow taxi turn to me and smile
We'll be there in just a while
If you follow me

Chorus:
Me babe, steppin' out
Into the night
Into the light
You babe, steppin' out
Into the night
Into the light

Me babe, steppin' out
Into the night
Into the light
You babe, steppin' out
Into the night
Into the light
Me babe, steppin' out
Into the night
Into the light

MGF ;-)



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TAOFLEDERMAUS

Early 80's and this playing on MTV a couple times an hour it seemed. Good times.

Andre Fecteau

@Kirk Cekada well it was a new art form...no one really knew what to do, thus you see many styles of videos, but early MTv was fantastic

blowme

Saw Joe Jackson on the tour for this album (fuck I'm old). During the encore the power went out so they did an a-cappella version of 'Is She Really Going Out with Him?" Great concert.

chandler albers

Listening to this song gleefully as I'm running from the police and running over pedestrians in vice city

Susanne Buchholz

Oh, I miss the 80ies!!

Christi Nash

I don't know. We didn't have MTV when I was little. But this is the kind of thing I associate with my early childhood, I think my grandparents thought this very British "nostalgia" stuff that recalled their own youth was safe for me to see/hear. I honestly am not entirely sure how I got so attached to Joe Jackson as a small child. I know my uncle Joe, my mom's younger brother, liked British music like Pink Floyd, Talking Heads, and the Australian band Men at Work. So maybe it was actually from him and his first wife? But I have a lot of memories of my grandmother listening to 70s/early 80s soft rock and watching PBS with her. People who say that early exposure to technology and art don't shape children's ideas and morals are idiots. Up to a certain age, it does.

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sabrina marie

Who's listening appreciating the 80s

Michael James

DRIVING MY BLACK MERCEDES BENZ AT 155 MPH

MADRIGAL ___

🇫🇷🌈🌈🌈

Christopher Walker

music was an a totally different animal then so many genre's. I was music obsessed back then.

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