Bill Beach

Bill Beach

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Rock - Americana | Occidental, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,685   
Member Since: 2009
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Plays:

8

Lyrics

I was ambling through a crosswalk
On a downtown busy street
In my mind we start to talk
about the next time that we'll meet

You've been gone for so long
That I'm losing track of time
Come back to where you belong
and give up your life of crime

Now I'm standing in the middle
Cadillac he blast his horn
Does he think I'll solve the riddle
if he showers me with scorn?

Walk Don't Walk
Walk Don't Walk
Walk Don't Walk

I'm standing in that crosswalk
My knees are getting weak
My stubbornness begins to talk
And then I hear you speak

I've been gone now for so long
I'm losing track of time
You know I don't belong
So you join my life of crime

Song Length
3:57
Genres
Country - Americana, Rock - Americana
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Restless, Cool

Subject Matter
Walking
Similar Artist
Avett Bros, James McMurtry, John Prine, Willie Nel
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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