"Walkin' Good" as written by Nancy Lamoureaux Wilson, Ben Mink and Ann Wilson....
Below the bridge the water rose on by
Trouble's gone and time is on my side
Been living in my ordinary shoes
Walkin' off my ordinary blues

Once upon a love so bright and true
The weather changed, it went to Sunday School
Once upon a dark and stormy day
The promises dried up and blew away

I found myself a brand new neighborhood
Don't worry about me 'cause I'm walkin' good
Take tomorrow, I'm giving up the past
Nothing but a hobo walkin' good at last

Anyway I'm okay
Day into night and night into day
Gone so far away from my home
Take the high road and down below

Anyway I'm okay
Day into night and night into day
Gone so far away from my home
Take the high road and down below

Anyway I'm okay
Day into night and night into day
Gone so far away from my home
Take the high road and down below

Anyway I'm okay
Day into night and night into day
Gone so far away from my home
Take the high road and down below


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"Walkin' Good" as written by Ann Wilson Dustin Nancy Lamoureaux Wilson

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