"I Walk Alone (Album Version)" as written by Thomas Allan Flowers, Douglas James Eldridge, Richard C. Ivanisevich and Fred Roger Jr. Nelson....
Yeah!

This television has a poison on its breath
This counter culture of both wicked lives and death
It makes my eyes bleed every time I turn around
How will they all feel when I bring them to the ground?
And I said

I walk for miles inside this pit of danger
A place where no one follows me, I walk alone

I'm sick of all these people talking out their heads
I never understood a damn thing that they said
From words to actions never knowing what they're about
I guess I'll have to chew them up and spit them out
And I said

I walk for miles inside this pit of danger
I've swallowed down a thousand years of anger
The weight of the world is falling on my shoulders
A place where no one follows me, I walk alone

Yeah!

I walk alone!

Yeah!

Yeah!

I walk for miles inside this pit of danger
I've swallowed down a thousand years of anger
The weight of the world is falling on my shoulders
A place where no one follows me, I walk alone

Yeah!

I walk alone!

Yeah!


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"I Walk Alone [Batista]" as written by Paul Allen Crosby James Alan Johnston

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