"Walk Away" as written by and Mary Wood Joseph Mcintyre....
Living in a cast iron chain to an eight legged monster
The bonds that surround my home, they look like flies
Love to prevent thyself from getting any colder
And all I see is the dirt behind your shadow tongues
I will resolve the reason I'm stuck here,
And I see the door and its all I ever needed
And the time that you hate to walk away
Because the time that you regret, you walk away
They say that I live like a dog, but I think I'm bitten
A kitchen full of nothing, but there'll be something soon
I see a light above me, could it be my angel?
Could it be my love, to keep this struggle on
I will resolve the reason I'm stuck here,
And I see the door and its all I ever needed
And the time that you hate to walk away
Because the time that you regret, you walk away
I will resolve the reason I'm stuck here,
And I see the door and its all I ever needed
And the time that you hate to walk away
Because the time that you regret, you walk away



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"Walk Away" as written by Mark Plati Joseph Mcintyre

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