"Walk Out Now" as written by O'neil Norman Bryan, Lowell Dunbar and Robert Shakespeare....
If you walk out on me now
Just remember
That I'm a stubborn son of a bitch
And you won't be welcome back
I won't eat my pride for you
If you know me like I think you do, you must know
That I'll cut you no slack
Even if I need you
Even if I am blue.

'Cause you should know that I won't bow to you
I won't kiss your ass like you want me to
If you won't put your trust and faith in me
Do you realize what this space might bring
I won't back down
If you walk out now
Walk out now.

You try and tell me I'm the one-
The one responsible for all your little problems
You say you feel the time has come
We both know it's not my fault
When the time's come for you to come back crawlin'
And I've got some words of wisdom for you
Do unto others
As you've had done to you.

And you should know that I won't bow to you
I won't kiss your ass like you want me to
If you won't put your trust and faith in me
Do you realize what this space might bring
But I won't back down
If you walk out now
Walk out now


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"Walk Out Now" as written by O'neil Norman Bryan Lowell Dunbar

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