"the step and the walk" as written by Toby Butler, Luke Ford, Daniel Liam Higgins, Liela Rosemary Sadie Louise Moss and Olly Betts....
Ten English pounds
And these hot pavement fields
As though I'm moving to the end
Am I moving to the end of your loving?

How, how did I do this?
Me, I put the wall around my heart
Why didn't I notice such cold detachment from the start?
Oh, the joys they slammed down
And the one in this town was bright enough

Without joy, joy, joy in the rain
I could feel forever the same
Without joy, joy, joy in the rain
I could feel forever the same

So how, how did I do this?
Oh, me I put that box around my heart
Why couldn't I notice such a cool detach from the start?
Oh, the joys they slammed down
From the one in this town is bright enough

Without joy, joy, joy in the rain
I could feel forever the same
Without joy, joy, joy in the rain
Yeah, I could feel forever the same

Without joy, joy, joy in the rain
I could feel forever the same
Without joy, joy, joy in the rain
Yeah, I could feel forever the same

Without joy, joy, joy in the rain
Oh, I could feel forever the same
Without joy, joy, joy in the rain
I could feel forever the same




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"The Step and the Walk" as written by Liela Rosemary Sadie Louise Moss Daniel Liam Higgins

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