"Steady As The Sidewalk Cracks" as written by and Daniel Gorman Mario Andreoni....
I've heard them say it all before
It'll never be like that no more
But it seems to me if you look at history
They've been saying that since we crawled to shore
It's been a long time since they first said it
Who could have known then where we were headed
On a road so long?
But looking back now you can see the road wind
Looking ahead who can say what we'll find?

Steady as the sidewalk cracks
And let the grass grow through it
But don't you ever look back
You've got to trust the music

Steady as the sidewalk cracks
And let the grass grow through it
But don't you ever look back
You've got to trust the music

When I was young they called it garbage
Now suddenly, it's golden age
But it seems to me, it's the same as it used to be
The only thing that changed was we turned the page
Well, that bodes well for today's alleged trash
They say the kids will forget
When it's gone
You're too old, you shouldn't get it
If the kids love it then I would be it
That the beat goes on

Steady as the sidewalk cracks
And let the grass grow through it
But don't you ever look back
You've got to trust the music

Steady as the sidewalk cracks
And let the grass grow through it
But don't you ever look back
You've got to trust the music

Steady as the sidewalk cracks


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"Steady as the Sidewalk Cracks" as written by Daniel Gorman Mario Andreoni

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