"Walk On" as written by Mark Hudson and Steve Greenberg....
Walk on
Down the street
With your nose turned up at the people that you meet
With a smile
On your face
Just like you own the whole goddamn place

[Chorus]
You've got a thousand alibis
A thousand reasons why
But every single one is as transparent as the sky
You've got a thousand alibis
A thousand reasons why
But every single one comes back to burn you like the sun
Walk on

Baby from dixieland
Set the streets on fire
I ain't your babe I ain't your man
I'm a fire

Walk on
Down through the depths of hell
Little capricious lover
Lonely kiss & tell
Take that smile, every trace
I'm laying down my queen
I'm laying down my ace

[Chorus]

People come and people go before you even know
People come people go people go


Lyrics submitted by shund

"Walk On" as written by Bruce Allen Carroll Brown Bannister

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY, MUSIC SERVICES, INC.

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    General Commentunbelieveable, no comments?
    these guys are awesome and they come from my area.. this song is great and the whole album is good, very underated...

    i believe he is telling this bitch to get on with life and that she really isn't all that she thinks she is
    vortecs10on January 22, 2007   Link
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    General Commentlove this band ever since my cousin accidentaly found them
    bofrog419on June 06, 2007   Link
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    General CommentGreat Tune. I think this song's about being proud of yourself all the time, even through tough times.
    To "walk on" means to be proud and the singers saying to keep your head up (with your nose turned up at the people that you meet), even through difficult situations(but every single one is as transparent as the sky.)
    Awesome song, Awesome album, Awesome band.

    RHCPfan37on December 17, 2008   Link

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