Wont you walk with me on the Wild Side?
With my head in the air, full of some childs pride.
And Im up too far, Im up too high.
I cannot come down, I cannot meet your eye,

O, my lover, if I come knockin at your door
Please turns away now, if I come askin for more
O, my lover, you never called my bluff.
Gave what you had now, but it was never enough

Now your mind is reaching for that door
As you pick your rings up off the floor
You never even questioned what that door was for
You gave me what you had and you could give no more.

O, my lover, why are you leavin so soon?
This place is a prison, a lifetime, a tomb
O, my lover, when will you return?
I'll be back, some odd evening, in a fever, a burn.

And why'd you let me walk on that Wild Side?
With my head in the air full of childs pride.
Let the sun comes up, let the sun rise
As it rips the curtain of your eyes.

O, my lover, is it always the same?
With you pointing your finger the way back I came?
O, my lover, y'never called my bluff
you gave what you had now, but it was never enough.

And o, the places you'll go
And o, the things that you'll do
O, Just to have had and to hold,
But now you must move

And o, the places you'll go
And o, the things that you'll do
And o, the hand that you hold,
Does not belong to you.



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Wild Side (O, The Places You Go) song meanings
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