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Thousand Foot Krutch: Courtesy Call Meaning

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Song Released: 2012


Courtesy Call Lyrics

Hey-o here comes the danger up in this club
When we get started man we ain't gonna stop
We're gonna turn it out till it gets too hot
Everybody, say hey-o
Tell 'em turn it up till they can't no more
Lets get this thing shakin like a disco...

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    anonymous
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    May 26th, 5:20pm report


    I agree that the whole "club" thing only is a metaphor.
    Especially the lines
    "I am not afraid
    Of the storm that comes my way
    When it hits it shakes me to the core
    And makes stronger than before
    It's not question about trust
    But will you stand with us"

    would be very unfitting for some ordinary people partying in an ordinary club. It's something bigger.
    Maybe the "storm" are hard times in life and the persona is eager to face the struggle, shouting out to their confidants to get ready and to all the other people around/in their way to get out of there before the "storm" arrives.



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    anonymous
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    Jan 30th, 2014 1:52pm report


    I feel that its saying that God is calling you to battle to fight the Devil




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