"Stolen Sidewalk" as written by and Beth Nicole/karroll Hopkins....
I'm a junkie.
I'm a whore.
That's what you always called me.
I am raw,
An open sore.
I ache to remind me

I'm a weakling,
You are strong.
Pick me up from where I lay.
Here on a stolen sidewalk.
Baby, don't make me beg

I'm religious once again.
We all are before we die
And I am so sick to death.
Wasted tears I cry.

And who said love would always mend,
And fill the emptiness again.
Should light a single candle
Make a prayer in my name.

I'm a weakling,
You are strong.
Pick me up from where I lay.
Here on a stolen sidewalk.
Baby, don't make me beg.
I am not right,
You're not wrong.
I can't last another day.
Here on a stolen sidewalk.
Baby, don't make me beg

The closest thing I found to heaven,
Is sitting here, talking to you
I'm the queen of western paradise,
Don't you know,
Nothing left for me to do.

I'm a weakling,
You are strong.
Pick me up from where I lay.
Here on a stolen sidewalk.
Baby, don't make me beg.

I am not right,
You're not wrong.
I can't last another day.
Here on a stolen sidewalk.
Baby, don't make me beg


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"Stolen Sidewalk" as written by Peter Karroll Beth Nicole Hopkins

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    General CommentIt's someone that has hit rock bottom, emotionally and maybe physically, and is trying to come back, but is struggling. The "stolen sidewalk" is representitive of her having nothing, no where to go. She's looking to someone for help, someone who in the past had torn her down and brought her to where she is. She is admitting her mistakes in an attempt to make this someone help her thru her troubled times. The whole song is basically her fight to regain what she once had.
    - I consider this my song, it seems as if this song tells my life. It's odd and, as you can see, I've spent a lot of time analyzing it.
    DollxTrashon June 28, 2004   Link

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