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At The Corner Of Walk And Don't Walk lyrics

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Rhonda Vincent – At The Corner Of Walk And Don't Walk lyrics

(John Jerrard - Kenny Beard)

I'm callin' from a pay phone, I was headin' out of town
I really Meant to leave this time but I guess I'm havin' doubts
It's hard for me to walk away from all we could've had
So I'm callin' just to tell you where I'm at

Chorus
I'm at the corner of walk and don't walk and I can't make up my mind
One way leads me back to you and one leaves you behind
I'm standin' at the crossroads and I'm really in some pain
At the corner of walk and don't walk, darlin' and the light's about to change

I'm hopin' that you'll tell me to turn the car around
That you never meant to hurt me and you'll make things right somehow
But the phone just keeps on ringin' and though my heart's had enough
I just can't bring myself to hang it up

Chorus

I'm standin' at the crossroads and I'm really in some pain
At the corner of walk and don't walk, darlin' and the light's about to change



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