Walter Roberti

Walter Roberti

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Rock - General | Los Angeles, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 3,377   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: 12/1/2019

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Plays:

48

Song Description

A play on words paroding an old profession!

Lyrics

I pulled my punches, I let it slide
I turned my head away, cursed my pride
I ain't no sucker, I ain't no fool
I learned my lessons but not in school

The boys done told me what you have done
Out on the street at night with the settin' sun
There on the corner, that's where you meet
Blood red heels are so discrete
You can count me out, there surely ain't no doubt

I'll never come this way again
I'll be so far away by the time you count to ten
I'll never come this way again, no
Start countin' woman, cause here I go

No need to beg me, don't waste your time
You took their money yea but you won't get mine
No one can stop you from being bad
You traded love for the best you had

I ain't no angel but I was true
You blew me off so I blew my cool
Now in the night you strut your shame
Blowin' your dignity down the drain
You can count me out, ain't no doubt

I'll never come this way again
I'll be so far away by the time you count to ten
I'll never come this way again, no
Start countin' girl, you can count on it, baby

I'll never come this way again
I'll be so far away by the time you count to ten
I'll never come this way again, no

Song Length
3:04
Genres
Rock - Hard Rock, Rock - Classic
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal


Lyric Credits John Wangler
Music Credits Walter Roberti and John Wangler
Producer Credits Walter Roberti and John Wangler
Publisher Credits Walter Roberti and John Wangler
Performance Credits Vocals: Matthew Smutko; Guitar/Bass: Walter Roberti; Drum Programming: John Wangler