"Walter Whitman Where Are You" as written by Brock Patrick Walsh and Gino Vannelli....
Walter Whitman where are you
Among the stars or, in the earth beneath my shoe
It's just cause I'm wondering
Could you walk with me a mile
And maybe heaven could spare you awhile

Walter Whitman, I confess
My faith is shaken
And my life's a holy mess
Yes, I need deliverance
But I'd settle for a smile
Now maybe heaven can spare you awhile
I thought I heard you yawpin' from the yonder tree
I swore I heard you say
"Don't worry boy, shut up, enjoy, be free"

Walter Whitman, I declare
I could sing songs of joy
Through my darkness and despair
It's just I'm hoping
You could shed a little light
That is if heaven can spare you tonight

Don't worry boy, shut up, enjoy, be free

Walter Whitman, I declare
I could sing songs of joy
Through my darkness and despair
It's just I'm hoping
You could coax a problem child
Now maybe heaven could spare you awhile

Walter Whitman where are you?


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"Walter Whitman Where Are You" as written by Gino Vannelli Brock Patrick Walsh

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