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 . 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.
Steppin' out with my honey Can't be bad to feel so good Never felt quite so sunny And I keep on knockin' wood. There'll be smooth sailin' 'cause I'm trimmin' my sails In my top hat and my white tie and my tails. Steppin' out with my baby Can't go wrong 'cause I'm in right Ask me when will the day be The big day may be tonight
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Steppin' Out is a 1976 album containing the works of Neil Sedaka. In America it was the third and final album of a trilogy of albums issued by The Rocket Record Company. Rocket would issue a compilation album, Neil Sedaka's Greatest Hits, in 1977; but it contained no new material. Outside America Steppin' Out was issued on the Polydor label. In 1998 Varese Serabande reissued Steppin' Out and included four bonus tracks.
Steppin' Out is a song performed by Joe Jackson featured in the radio station Flash FM in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. The song reappears in Grand Theft Auto V as part of The Black Madonna's set on Los Santos Underground Radio. 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.
They followed that album up with 2011's I Feel You, which continued in the jazz, Brazilian, and Latin music vein, adding in more contemporary pop songs. Alpert and Hall's 2013 release, Steppin' Out, also features a warm collection of songs that hit upon all the stylistic touchstones of their careers, from '60s novelty instrumentals to Latin music, Brazilian bossa nova, smooth jazz, and American popular song standards.
Steppin' Out was written 1959 by James Bracken (1909 - 1972), co-owner and co-founder of Vee-Jay Records. Tabbing the hole live version is too much - it's mostly improvisation, so I picked out some essential pieces
|A1||Steppin' Out (With You)||8:26|
|B||Steppin' Out Jam (Special Instrumental Dub Version)||7:50|
|RYG 7||Cloud||Steppin' Out (With You) (12")||Rygel Records||RYG 7||UK||1983|
|RYG 7||Cloud||Steppin' Out (With You) (12")||Silvertown||RYG 7||UK||1983|
|RY 7||Cloud||Steppin' Out (With You) (7")||Silvertown||RY 7||UK||1983|