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About "Run Baby Run"

"Run Baby Run" is a rock song by American alternative band Garbage from their fourth studio album, Bleed Like Me (2005). Described by Garbage guitarist Duke Erikson as a call to not-conforming, the track originated from an idea he had brought into the album sessions. "Being expected to go through life to behave a certain way, do certain things," Erikson explained later, "I think "Run Baby Run" is a plea to run from that. Run with your life, take it wherever it takes you."Band lead and primary lyricist Shirley Manson called the song a rebuff to classic fairy tales, such as Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty. "It's about encouraging myself and through that encouraging others just to sort of engineer your own life, engineer your own happiness," Manson explained. "I think for a long time I was under the illusion that life was like a storybook. I think particularly when you're a female, you're imbued with... this idea that somebody's gonna come along and fix your life. I came to the realization that actually nobody's gonna fix your life for you, you have to do it yourself.""Run Baby Run" was released as the second single from Bleed Like Me in Europe and Australia. In North America however, outsider-anthem "Bleed Like Me" had already followed up "Why Do You Love Me" as second single, while in the United Kingdom, protest song "Sex Is Not The Enemy" was released in place of "Run Baby Run", and thus shared the same b-sides. Garbage shot music videos for all three singles with Sophie Muller.

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