Bat out of Hell
"Bat out of Hell" means to move very quickly or suddenly and generally means extreme speed.

While the phrase "Bat out of Hell" often brings to mind the 1977 cover song and album by Meat Loaf, this phrase has been around since at least the early 1900's and has always signified great speed. Listen to the song.

Use Example - When the police showed up, the would be thief took off like a bat out of hell.

Source Tags : Songs     Concept Tags : Speed   Animal