"Love the Way You Walk Away" as written by and Eric Earley....
I've been feelin' in the way kinda underfoot on a Saturday
Sun it don't mean to hurt I guess
But the bright lights are harsh when your trying to rest
I know you've been working some overtime
In your granddads kitchen trying to make a dime
The old joke stands, 'cause it's true I guess
That when you find what your looking for you want it less

Baby I'm on the make, in my ole sport coat
And my head it aches,
Drinking to much tonight and it ain't right
And a brand new coat of paint
On this broke down palace, couldn't compensate
For the things that I never really said to make you stay
'Cause I love the way you walk away

I spent the night in an old Sedan
It was parked by the river where the oak tree stands
Try to find a station on that radio
Searchin' hard for a song that I just don't know
Some kind of person with a different need
But all I heard was the stars as they spoke to me
Ain't too tough, speakin' loud and true

Telling me all the ways that I'm losing you
Baby I'm on the make, in my ole sport coat
And my head it aches I'm lettin' you down tonight
And it ain't right and a brand new coat of paint
On this broke down palace, couldn't compensate
For the things that I never really said to make you stay
Cause I love the way you walk away

Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey
Hey, hey
Hey hey hey
Yeah ah

I been feelin' hard to get
Like a dog hidin out underneath the step
Burnin' this bridge, cause I need the light
For the see my way through the coming night
Guessin' that you'd always just play the game
Come a walkin' on back down the same ole lane
Bu the grass grows high all around your door
It's a sign or symbol for the things in store

Baby I"m on the make, in my ole sport coat
And my head it aches,
I'm drinkin' too much tonight and it ain't right
And a brand new coat of paint
On this broke down palace, couldn't compensate
For the things that I never really said to make you stay
'Cause I love the way you walk away

Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey
Hey, hey
Hey hey hey
Yeah ah


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"Love the Way You Walk Away" as written by Eric Earley

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    General CommentGreat song. Amazing band.

    And because my OCD is getting the best of me on the incorrect lyrics:

    I've been feelin' in the way
    Kinda underfoot on a Saturday
    The sun it don't mean to hurt, I guess
    But the bright light's harsh when you're trying to rest
    I know you've been workin' some overtime
    In your granddad's kitchen tryin' to make a dime
    The old joke stands cause it's true, I guess
    That when you find what you're looking for
    You want it less

    'Cause baby, I'm on the make
    In my old sport coat and my head it aches
    I'm drinkin' too much tonight
    And it ain't right

    And a brand new coat of paint
    On this brokedown palace couldn't compensate
    For the things I never really said to make you stay
    'Cause I love the way you walk away

    I spent the night in an old sedan
    It was parked by the river where the oak trees stand
    Tryin' to find a station on that radio
    Searchin' hard for a song that I just don't know
    Some kind of personal epiphany
    But all I heard was the stars as they spoke to me
    An ancient tongue, speakin' loud and true
    Tellin' me all the ways that I'm losin' you

    'Cause baby, I'm on the make
    In my old sport coat and my head it aches
    I'm lettin' you down tonight
    And it ain't right

    And a brand new coat of paint
    On this brokedown palace couldn't compensate
    For the things I never really said to make you stay
    'Cause I love the way you walk away

    Hey Hey
    Hey Hey Hey
    Yeah

    I've been feelin' hard to get
    Like a dog hidin' out underneath the step
    Burnin' this bridge cause I need the light
    For to see my way through the coming night
    I guess I thought you'd always just play the game
    Come a walkin' on back down the same old lane
    But the grass grows high all around your door
    It's a sign or a symbol for the things in store

    'Cause baby, I'm on the make
    In my old sport coat and my head it aches
    I'm drinkin' too much tonight
    And it ain't right

    And a brand new coat of paint
    On this brokedown palace couldn't compensate
    For the things I never really said to make you stay
    'Cause I love the way you walk away

    Hey Hey
    Hey Hey Hey
    Yeah
    shainadon November 21, 2011   Link
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    General CommentA friend suggested me to listen to this band. I listened a few tracks and I loved them.especially this one.This lyrics for me are just stunning. I can't take it off of my head...

    And the funny thing is that every time my iPod plays this song I think of that friend of mine, who once I liked and who never returned my feelings.
    An idiot bastard like the guy of the song, too afraid to love, but with good taste in music.
    iam1007033on June 14, 2014   Link

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