"Mr. Walker" as written by and James/beebout Brogan....
The old man is out by nine
His wife died a year ago
Always wearing his Sunday clothes
Never seen him talk to anyone

Liquor stores and churches
There's one on every corner
Thanks for all my daily bread
A can of food, bottle of wine, and a 99 cent pack of cigarettes

[Chorus]
He's a solid piece of stone
He ain't got much backbone
He's a solid piece of stone
And he's got to get back to the ghetto

A dusty old bone
For the dogs to swallow whole
He likes to go his way alone
Watch them pick apart this old lone soul

[Chorus]

So it goes, he's alone, they pick apart his old lone soul [Repeat: x2]
So it goes, he's alone, my life, my hole

[Chorus]

He's a solid piece of stone
And he's got to get back to the ghetto


Lyrics submitted by x_melancholy_x

"Mr. Walker" as written by Jason Beebout James Brogan

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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