Don't tell me the truth
Tell me that it didn't happen
There's been a mistake
There's been a misunderstanding
Dirty your hands,
Tearing my heart into pieces
If this is the end,
Then we whisper the wind and release it

We don't have to know
We don't have it all worked out
We can just keep walking blind

Don't give me your word
Give me something to hold on to
I don't want to fight
I don't want no big decision
I'm not afraid of tearing your heart into pieces
If there's a road of doubt
Then we're out on the farthest of reaches

We don't have to know
We don't have it all worked out
We can just keep walking blind (x3)

Lyrics submitted by AmberBell

Walking Blind (feat. Carina Round) song meanings
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    My InterpretationI feel its about someone finding out that something terrible happened to their loved one, and slowly working through it together. Maybe its because the first time I heard this song it was on an episode of "The Closer" and a boy had been raped, but that's still what comes to mind.

    It makes me think of when my dad found out what had happened to me as a child, and the slow process into recovery.
    abravar2on March 25, 2015   Link
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    My InterpretationTo me, this sounds like a couple that are in a bad patch of their relationship but they refuse to bring the problem to the surface. They'd rather not acknowledge the problem, and keep walking on like nothing is wrong.
    AmberBellon July 01, 2014   Link
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    My InterpretationI came across this song when I was going through a particular phase of my life and the song really spoke to me. I was in love with my best friend and so was she. However we knew it couldn't last since we came from different religions and our families wouldn't accept our union. So when I heard this song I felt that it was a person telling their lover to not think of the future and just enjoy the moment - walking blind :)
    vern91on June 24, 2015   Link

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