"Where The Sidewalk Ends" as written by and Jim Lauderdale John Leventhal....
Where the sidewalk ends and the road begins
We said good bye on a cold dark night
I'm not afraid to go you bet I'm not
Where the sidewalk ends you left a lot

Some people leave and never come back
Some stay in touch, some loose track
Your mind kept sayin' come on let's go
You started learnin' what you don't need to know

Where the sidewalk ends and the road begins
I'll wait for you in the cold dark night
You might come back, you had to go
Where the sidewalk ends I'll never know

Hide from the future run from the past
I guess I'll stay here as long as I can last
Whistle still blowin' but the train is gone
Ain't no wheels gonna take me from my home

Where the sidewalk ends and the road begins
We said good bye on a cold dark night
I'm not afraid to go you bet I'm not
Where the sidewalk ends you left a lot

I'm not afraid to go you bet I'm not
Where the sidewalk ends you left a lot
Where the sidewalk ends and the road begins
We said good bye on a cold dark night

I'm not afraid to go you bet I'm not
Where the sidewalk ends you left a lot
Where the sidewalk ends you left a lot
Where the sidewalk ends you left a lot


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"Where the Sidewalk Ends" as written by John Leventhal Jim Lauderdale

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Downtown Music Publishing

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