"Walking Through Walls" as written by and Grant-lee Phillips Jon Brion....
I'm standing up straight
I'm standing up tall
I've no time to waste
I'm walking through walls

Get out of my way, Mother fucker
Start moving you all, Mother fucker
I'm losing my brakes
I'm walking through walls, whoa whoa whoa whoa
I'm walking through walls, whoa whoa whoa whoa

Nothing in this world is gonna hold me
No thugs in this road are gonna roll me
No fast talking girl is gonna slow me
Nothings gonna stop me at all
I'm walking through walls

Some people complain
Yeah they caterwaul
I could do the same
But I'm walking through walls

I'm shooting through space
Like a big fireball
I'm falling from grace
I'm walking through walls
I'm walking through walls


Nothing in this world is gonna hold me
I am fortified with wherewithal
I won't be denied
I'm walking through walls
I won't be confined
I'll knock down the stall
I'll kick like a mule
I'm walking through walls
I'm walking through walls

Nothing in this world is gonna hold me
No thugs in this road are gonna roll me
No fast talking girl is gonna slow me
Nothings gonna stop me at all
I'm walking through walls


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"Walking Through Walls" as written by Grant-lee Phillips Jon Brion

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    General CommentThis song is about feeling like you're going to kick the ass of everyone against you and prove you've got more strength than people give you credit for.

    I love the imagery in this. The bit about being a fireball is awesome. It sounds kinda self destructive but at the same time not really... it's throwing caution to the wind pretty much and welcoming whatever happens with open arms.

    I love the vocalizations at the end. Sounds like a car idling and honking its horn.
    delialon January 22, 2008   Link

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