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Linda Ronstadt – Walk On lyrics

Written by Matraca Berg, Ronnie Samoset
© 1990 Patrick Joseph Music Inc/ Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (Ascap)

Oh no, here we go and there you go again
When we disagree you leave when you don't win,
Honey now,
Sidewalk, baby talk, don't get it with me no more
Next time around the block
You go by my door baby

Walk on till you're gone away
Walk on till you find some day
Oh honey
Good-bye goes a long long way
So, so long
Walk on

Good-bye, baby cry, till you're singing the poor boy blues
This time I don't mind if you're shining your walking shoes
Fresh ink in the pen, your papers are ready to sign
They'll both be waiting for you when you walk by baby

Walk on till you're gone away
Walk on till you find some day
Oh honey
Good-bye goes a long long way
So, so long

Walk on till you're gone away
Walk on till you find some day
Oh honey, good-bye goes a long long way
So, so long
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Fiddle: Alison Krauss
Electric and Acoustic Guitar: Dean Parks
Bass Guitar: Bob Glaub
Drums: Russ Kunkel
Background Vocals: Carl Jackson, Herb Pederson



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