Treasure Island

Lawrence S. Pertillar

(February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Just Walk Away


When you've given all you've got...
Just walk away.
Don't you dare to get uptight.
Just walk away.
If someone does not act right.
Just walk away.

Don't argue or defend,
When no one there is listening.

When you've given all you've got...
Just walk away.
Don't you dare to get uptight.
Just walk away.
If someone does not act right.
Just walk away.

Just walk away.
When no one there is listening.
Just walk away.
When no one there is listening.
Just walk away.

Don't argue or defend,
When no one there is listening.

Just walk away.
When no one there is listening.
Just walk away.
When no one there is listening.
Just walk away.

When you've given all you've got...
Just walk away.
Don't you dare to get uptight.
Just walk away.
If someone does not act right.
Just walk away.

Don't argue or defend,
When no one there is listening.

Just walk away.
When no one there is listening.
Just walk away.
When no one there is listening.
Do you just walk away.
Just walk away.
Just-walk-away.

When no one there is listening.
Do you just walk away.
When no one there is listening.
Do you just walk away.
Just walk away.
Do you just-walk-away.
Just walk away.
When no one there is listening.

Submitted: Wednesday, September 01, 2010
Edited: Wednesday, September 01, 2010

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