"Free To Run" as written by and Ian Thomas/blackburn Ball....
I am free to run, I walk slowly along
I'm everyone, walking slowly along
I walk slowly along

And I've been walking far too long
Drag my feet like everyone
Always wanted to run away but walk slowly along

I feel so tired
Want to sit here for a while,
I can see it in your smile
Come sit here, let's hold for a while

I've been walking far too long
Drag my feet like everyone
Always wanted to run away but walk slowly along
I walk slowly along
I walk slowly along

I'm free to run
I'm free to run
I'm free to run
I'm free to run
I'm free to run
I'm free to run


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"Free to Run" as written by Benjamin Joseph Ottewell Ben Ottewell

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    General Commenthaha, i walk slow and drag my feet also. i think this song is about him having two options: to walk or run. and each option brings different things. he knows he can run but he chooses to walk slowly along and take his time. no rush. slow down.
    WatermelonOfJoyon September 29, 2002   Link
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    General CommentIts a great song, I absolutely love the instrumental at the end, great stuff. I'd like to elaborate on what WatermelonofJoy said, its not about him being able to physically walk/run, but more about how we could all achieve much more than we do, ie we could run, which is harder and requires more work, but gets us there faster than walking
    gomezloveron January 15, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI agree with gomezlover but look at it slightly different.
    I think the main point is that it says, "run AWAY."

    Not only is it about how we all are really just lazy and could find our true happiness if we ran but instead drag our feet, but also how we all get stuck in situations where we don't want to be and just can't find the energy or courage to run away.
    zmuda44on February 24, 2008   Link

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