"Walk Away (42nd Street)" as written by Shona Laing and Bill House....
You hold me in your arms
Say you're gonna miss me
I'd like to see you walk away
The seconds tick by
In Times Square
Score a ticket to a war or just
Walk
Walk walk away
I'd like to see you walk away
Walk walk away
Score a ticket to a war or just
Walk

And 42nd Street
Well it's not like the movies
Though in the heat of the night
It all becomes one and the same
All the things you never had
What should've been good
But would've been bad
Head to the heart of it or
Walk away
Walk walk away
I'd like to see you walk away
Walk walk away
Head to the heart of it or
Walk away

You hold me in your arms
Say you're gonna miss me
I'd like to see you walk away
The seconds tick by
In Times Square
Score a ticket to a war or just
Walk...

I'd like to see you walk away
Walk walk away
'Coz it's not like the movies
Head to the heart of it or
Walk away
Walk walk away
From all the things you never had
What should've been bad
Walk away
Walk walk away
You held me in your arms
I'd like to see you walk away
Walk walk away
Score a ticket to a war
Ticket to a war
Just walk away
Walk walk away
Walk walk away
I'd like to see you walk away...


Lyrics submitted by Sixto1953, edited by gandalfe

Walk Away (42nd Street) song meanings
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