"Just Walk On By" as written by and Milton Batiste....
If I see you tomorrow
On some street in town
Pardon me if I don't say hello
(hello)
I belong to another
It wouldn't look so good
To know someone I'm not supposed to know

Just walk on by
Wait on the corner
I love you but were strangers when we meet
Just walk on by
Wait on the corner
I love you but were strangers when we meet

In a dimly lit corner
And a place outside of town
Tonight we'll try to say good bye again
But I know it's not over
I'll call tomorrow night
I can't let you go so I pretend

Just walk on by
Wait on the corner
I love you but were strangers when we meet
Just walk on by
Wait on the corner
I love you but were strangers when we meet

I love you but were strangers when we meet


Lyrics submitted by loveydoveytipsy

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