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Stoney Larue – Walk Away lyrics

Well you think that you're some woman
And this is some kind of town
And you know that this man
Is gonna follow you all around
To the ends of the county
To the edge of the state
Goin' all around the world
Ridin' on your tailgate

I'm not used to your attention
You usually turn and walk away
Days of redemption
What have you to say?
What have you to say?
What have you to say now?

Well you got some kind of nerve
Lookin the way that you are
In your Bob Dylan t-shirt
Fillin' up my tip jar

You keep bringin' me whiskey
You keep askin' me for my songs
You sent me your number girl
I hope that you did not take it wrong

Cause I'm not used to your attention
You usually turn and walk away
Days of redemption
What have you to say?
What have you to say?
What have you to say now?



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