"Walking Through" as written by and Kay Savage Sandra Seamons....
Walking through a life you'll find,
Its so easy to get hung up, these troubled times.
Its so hard to know what's right to do.
Just go on walking through...

Hold on to what you've been taught.
Now you're burned by all the lies that you once bought,
And all the demons they created you once fought.
Has it all been for naught?

And by now I've gotten used to the cold,
Without a heavy coat to call my own.

And as we walk on through,
Past the church and the school,
In blue, or whatever you say
Well id like to be wrong,
But there aren't any jobs that would suit me anyways.

So walking through a life like mine,
Well wear the crucifixications they've fixated to your mind.
You find no matter what you do,
They're gonna put that cross on you...

And by now you've got used to the nails...

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"Walking Through" as written by Sandra Seamons Kay Savage


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    Lyric CorrectionI believe these lines:

    "in blue, or whatever you say/well id like to be wrong"

    are actually:

    "In Bloomfield, or where ever you say/well, I'd like to feel robbed"

    It makes more sense because it would make reference to Bloomfield, NJ (where Ted lives(?)/has lived) and just sounds better anyway.
    batrainbowon April 02, 2010   Link
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    General Commenti think in the beginning of this song "i used to goto church" is repeated and like scratched and towards the end "never do what you are told" is repeated
    i like the end part
    wilcokidon February 15, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthe lyrics are sorta like in Ghost; "lift up your lonely heart and walk right on through"

    about getting through the hard times i guess :)
    Scrabbleon April 17, 2005   Link
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    General CommentSeems to have a lot to do with his experiences in Catholic school. "Now you're burned by all the lies that you once bought/And all the demons they created you once fought/Has it all been for nought?" I think those lines are about believing in the church and the things taught by the church, but then getting older and regretting those beliefs, but as indicated by the last verse "Well wear the cruxifications they've fixated to your mind" not being completely able to shake the spectre of those beliefs.
    cmanon November 06, 2005   Link

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