"Walking to Do" as written by and Leo....
Won't you take me where my feet feel wholly in their own time
And the Cathedral of Reason lets the bells chime, and the lightning is fine?
I'm old enough to know that people waiting for some big sign
Should quit their waiting on the Divine. Divine is what's in your mind
I've seen the cruel and hard, and I've seen them hard on you
But I'll buy you brand new shoes if you cross to my side-
There's a whole lot of walking to do

And if we're near or far from out city by the sea-side
Well, as long as we keep our stride, I believe we'll be fine
You've seen the years roll on, and you've seen me roll with you
I see the road is long, so get on my side, there's a whole lot of walking to do
And if we stay on our feet, we'll make it in our own time
And though the road has got some steep climbs, I believe we'll be fine

From your house, to my house, the the Mews
There's a whole lot of walking to do
Bethnal Green, to the tube there's a whole lot of walking to do
Aoyama to Shobuya there's a whole lot of walking to do
Rock Creek Park, the The Ave., and on past the zoo there's a whole lot of walking to do

Well I'm here, and you're here, and it's true there's a whole lot of walking to do
And I'm cool, and you're cool, and it's true there's a whole lot of walking to do
There's no fuss, and I trust, I trust you- there's a whole lot of walking to do
And you're strong, and I can be too- there's a whole lot of walking to do
And you do, and I do there's a whole lot of walking to do


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"Walking to Do" as written by Theodore F Leo

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