"Walk Away" as written by Tommy Stewart, Pete Murray, Neil Matthew Godfrey and John L. Fahnestock....
So I think I might just run
Into the desert sun
So I think I'm finally done
I'm sick of everyone

And I need to find a place
Where I can breathe once again
Where I'll remember yesterday
And not walk away

I feel completely numb
I don't know what I have become
But I've learned to wear it well
And nothing makes it through this shell

And I need to find a place
Where I can breathe once again
Where I'll remember yesterday
And not walk away

Not walk away
Not walk away
(Not walk away)
From everything
(From everything)
Not walk away
(Not walk away)
From everything
(From everything)

And I need to find a place
Where I can breathe once again
Where I'll remember yesterday
And not walk away

And I need to find a place
Where I can breathe once again
Where I'll remember yesterday
And not walk away


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"Walk Away" as written by Neil Matthew Godfrey John Fahnestock

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    General CommentThis song deals with a speaker who is running from a difficult experience. He wants to be able to face his problems without running.

    The song talks about how the speaker has kept themselves from being vulnerable by creating a shell, and how they need to sit down and think for a moment so they can go back and face everything once more.
    exnihiloon July 19, 2009   Link

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