"The Walk" as written by O'shea Jackson, K. Gilliam, William Calhoun and Dedrick D'mon Rolison....
I zipped up my warmest coat
As you hopped the turnstile
A beer in a bag and a smoke
Well, it ought to keep you warm on the walk for a while

When you found I'd been spying
As we walked by the man
You stopped by the park in
A gesture like you were in a Lydia Lunch picture

Boys and girls never seem to notice
And the cars they keep on driving by
Buildings yawn as the stoplight changes
Just a kid with a filthy mind
They've never seen your sentimental side

You woke up at 3 pm
And showered for hours
Watch porn all alone for the evening
It never really got you anywhere
Except back in the shower
Except back in the shower

They've never seen you in your best light
Seen you in your best light
Pretty soon you're gonna have to blow your cover, kid

Boys and girls never seem to notice
And the cars they keep on passing by
Buildings yawn as the stoplight changes
Just a kid with a filthy mind
They've never seen your sentimental side

They've never seen you in your best light
Seen you in your best light
Seen you in your best light
Pretty soon you're gonna have to blow your cover, kid


Lyrics submitted by modernrocksong

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