Get Thee Behind Me Satan
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For the saying by Jesus, see Get thee behind me Satan.
For the 2005 White Stripes album, see Get Behind Me Satan.
"Get Thee Behind Me Satan" is a popular song written by Irving Berlin for the 1936 film Follow the Fleet, where it was introduced by Harriet Hilliard. It was originally written for Ginger Rogers in Top Hat (1935).
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