"Walking Down a Road" as written by and Philip Raymond Judd Brian Timothy Finn....
Walking down a road hedged with roses
Time stands still forever
Somewhere in the shadows hiding
Sits an old man laughing

Talking to the wind I drank the beauty
I found no time to count the hours
Even though I do my best
Sometimes I get to thinking
But it really doesn't amount to much...no!

Windows shades are securely drawn
Childish patter's heard no more
Papers left strewn upon the lawn
And there's nobody home next door, no
I understand, what you meant, when you said I
I should stay at home
I understand what you thought
When I left you on your own

Woah woah woah
da la da x3

I turned to my guide
But just as I feared
The preaching began
So I...disappeared
To a tiny door
With a golden sign
That magic place of great renown

Only lines
Only rags for our blinds
You know
That bare boards and paper walls

They don't make any sense
When there's only
Time to kill


Lyrics submitted by rabidoveryou

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