"The Walk" as written by O'shea Jackson, K. Gilliam, William Calhoun and Dedrick D'mon Rolison....
Well I know you heard of Suzie Q.
I know you heard of the chicken too
I know you heard of the cha-cha too
But the walk is dance that you can do
Do the walk
Come on and walk
Everybody walk
Let me see you do the walk
Come on and walk
Everybody do the walk
Well i know you heard of the Texas hop
I know heard of the old foxtrot
But when you do the walk, you're do it in style
You just shake your hips and close your eyes
Do the walk
Come on and walk
Everybody walk
Let me see you do the walk
All you got to do is walk
Everybody do the walk
Come on, come on now

Well if you don't know what it's all about
Come to me and I'll show you how
We'll do it fast, we'll do it slow
Then you'll know the walk everywhere you go
Do the walk
Come on and walk
Hey, everybody walk
All you got to do is walk
Let me see you do the walk
Come on and do the walk
See, all you gotta do is put one foot in front of the other foot
Keep on going than you get where you want to be
That's it, you're doing the walk
See it's easy
Hey, you do the walk
Everybody do the walk
Oh, come on and do the walk
Everybody do the walk
Come on and do the walk
Everybody got do the walk

Left out verse:
Well I know you heard of the old mambo
And you heard 'bout the old tango
But when you do the walk you stand in close
And don't step on your partners toes


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"The Walk" as written by K. Gilliam O'shea Jackson

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