PassengerKeep On Walking

Well last night I couldn't sleep I got up and started walking Down to the end of my street And on into town Well I had no one to meet And I had no taste for talking Seems I'm talking my whole life It's time I listen now Well I walk past the late night boys With their bottles in their doorways And I walk past the business men Sleeping like babies in their cars And I thought to myself Oh, son You may be lost in more ways than one But I have a feeling that it's more fun Than knowing exactly where you are Like a stone carried on the river Like a boat sailing on the sea Well I keep on walking Oh, I keep on walking Till I fine that old love Or that old love, comes to finds me Well I walked into the morning And felt that warm sunlight forming on my shoulders 'Cause it hit with no warning Like a summer sky storming in my lungs Ain't it funny how the kids walk by They'll do anything to make themselves look older While the women spend their money On anything that makes them look young Like a stone carried on the river Like a boat sailing on the sea Oh, I keep on walking Well I keep on walking Till I fine that old love Or that old love, comes to finds me Oh, lo, no Oh, whoa, whoa, no Oh, lo, oh Oh, whoa, oh Well I'm like a stone, oh And I'm carried on the river Like a boat sailing on the sea Oh, well I keep on walking Well I said I'll keep on walking, oh Till I fine that old love Or that old love, comes to finds me Till I fine that old love Or that old love, comes to finds me
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