Intervention Theme Song Lyrics

The Intervention theme song, played at the end of the show, is entitled “Five Steps.” It is performed by an American rock band from Brooklyn, New York, called The Davenports, from their debut album Speaking of The Davenports. “Five Steps” was composed by their frontman, Scott Klass.

Intervention is a reality-based television series about the issues faced by addicts of many kinds. It has been on air on the cable television network A&E since 2005.

Five Steps – The Davenports with Lyrics (Intervention Opening Theme Song)

Five Steps by Davenports
This song is the final song on episodes of Intervention.

Five Steps – The Davenports Lyrics

Veins swell
You know me, Ellen, enough to tell
Five steps you’re over

Quick cut
Make your move deliberate
Five steps you’re over

No reprimand
Deliberate, demand
With your two feet at hand

Get back
This train’s a comin’ down the track
Five steps you’re over.

The show follows one/two participant(s), who are dependent or are addicted, documented in anticipation of an intervention by family and friends. During the intervention, each participant is given an ultimatum: go into rehabilitation immediately, or risk losing contact, income, or other privileges from the loved ones who instigated the intervention.

Intervention Intro Theme Song (FULL + Ending)

The hard-to-find instrumental from the opening of A&E’s series Intervention.

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