Get Out Of Here

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Name = Get Out Of Here


Artist = Thin Lizzy
writers = Phil Lynott Midge Ure
From album =
Genre = Pop/Rock

"Get Out Of Here" is a British Rock song by Irish band Thin Lizzy for their album .The song was written by the late Phil Lynott and Scottish Guitarist Midge Ure.


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  • get out of here — 1. verb To leave or exit a place. If youre smart, dont sign the employment contract and get out of here while you still can. 2. interjection a) Command for someone to leave immediately. b) An exclamation of disbelief …   Wiktionary

  • Get out of here! — phr You re kidding me; I don t believe you. You won $500 at the track? Get out of here! 1950s …   Historical dictionary of American slang

  • Get out of here! — exclam. You are just kidding me!; You are making that up! □ Get out of here! That can’t be true! …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • get out of here — (Slang) you are lying (expression of disbelief); get out of my sight! …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Get out of here — expression of disbelief …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • get out of here — Australian Slang expression of disbelief …   English dialects glossary

  • get out of here — exclam. no way; that can t be right; that s wrong …   English slang

  • Get Me Outta Here — Infobox Single Name = Get Me Outta Here Artist = Jet from Album = Get Born Released = September 2004 Format = CD Recorded = 2003 Genre = Alternative, Hard rock, Garage rock, Garage punk Length = 2 min 56 s Label = Elektra Producer = Dave Sardy… …   Wikipedia

  • get out — {v. phr.} 1. Leave or depart. * / Get out of here! the teacher shouted angrily to the misbehaving student./ * / Driver, I want to get out by the opera. / 2. To publish; produce. * /Our press is getting out two new books on ecology./ 3. To escape; …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • get out — {v. phr.} 1. Leave or depart. * / Get out of here! the teacher shouted angrily to the misbehaving student./ * / Driver, I want to get out by the opera. / 2. To publish; produce. * /Our press is getting out two new books on ecology./ 3. To escape; …   Dictionary of American idioms


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