"The Low Road" as written by Kim Leith Salmon and Tony Pola....
I walked the road with you my friend
Until we reach the bitter end
When hope has left this shore at last
We'll now our time has come to pass
While something never changes

Other's never do
I walked the road to the bitter end
I walked it with you
And if at times between your eyes
I've gone bad and twisted
I turned back and find the path
In case I might have missed it

I walked the road with you my friend
Until we reach the living end
Until that day we played our last
We'll know our time has come to pass

And when the fountain drops
On that fire show
That's the day I walk
The low road

I walked the road with you my friend
Until we reach the bitter end
When hope has left this shore at last
We'll now our time has come to pass

While something never changes
Other's never do
I walked the road to the bitter end
I walked it with you

And if at times between your eyes
I've gone bad and twisted
I turned back and find the path
In case I might have missed it

I walked the road with you my friend
Until we reach the living end
Until that day we played our last
We'll know our time has come to pass

And when the fountain drops
On that fire show
That's the day I walk
The low road



Lyrics submitted by Dressed2Depress

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