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against the traffic


Author: juss_kriss
ASL Info:    23/F/Canada
Elite Ratio:    3.87 - 404 /445 /126
Words: 232
Class/Type: Lyrics /Depressed
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against the traffic



verse 1:
i don't like walking
on that wild side of life
i'd rather walk against the traffic
then walk with the flow
and get swept away
i'd rather be safe
so i'll play my hand
with the cards i'm dealt
cause if i lose
well it's lifes own fault

chorus:
don't tell me to take a chance
and risk it all
cause you don't be there
when i fall
taking chances means getting hurt
and for what it's worth
i'd rather keep my tears

verse 2:
i don't like standing
on the edge of that cliff
for if i was to trip and fall, i
would fall to nothing
and be left for dead
i'd rather be safe
so i'll play it smart
and stand far away
cause if i fall
well it's not my fault

verse 3:
i don't like thinking
all those dangerous thoughts
i'd rather keep my head screwed on
then to let it fall
have it lost for life
so i'll think it straight
and think it all through
cause if i lose
well it's my own fault

coda:
i don't like walking
on that wild side of life
i'd rather walk against the traffic
then walk with the flow
cause taking chances means getting hurt
and for what it's worth
i'd rather keep my tears
i'll be walking against the traffic




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  This is good. It makes me think of that one song about staying on the sidewalk because of something someone did. Yeh anyway, good write, verry original. I'd love to hear it put to music. Yet again Good piece, keep writing Kriss.


Sarah
| Posted on 2006-10-06 00:00:00 | by S.A.M. | [ Reply to This ]


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