"Walk Like Me" as written by and Jimmy Destri....
We don't wear that uniform
Paper men from pages torn right off the press it could be Tass
Suits for the regime
The media's gone and had a baby
Seventh wave another navy
I live in America: gridlock on the street
Tell that girl you like her badge
Tell that man you're the Nazz
Tell them you're not the last walking in parade
Dressed to test you up the road
Tighter than the latest clothes
Close the circle walk in row walking in parade
Why don't you walk like me?
Walk like me?
Walk like me?
Carrying the standard stick and marrying the politik
You won't know tomorrow what went down today
Look at me I'm in tune references around my room
Just another secret school another cycle going by
You never looked like that
Don't look like me
Don't take it back
You never had a name like that never had a color
Walking like a millionaire
Walking on imported air
Change the way you comb your hair and watch what you walk under
Why don't you walk like me?
Walk like me?
Walk like me?
Walk like me?

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"Walk Like Me" as written by Jimmy Destri

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    General CommentThe lyric "...like a millionaire/walking on imported air" was later re-used for comeback Maria. Stylistically it's also reminiscent to this song.
    Reinton August 18, 2009   Link
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    General Commentshe wishes people were more like her. and wondersw why they're not.
    invaderzim7695on December 08, 2010   Link

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