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By Walter Egan

Witness the way in which I swallowed your line
So easily convinced the very first time
It was my finest hour it was my pride
A sudden
By Walter Egan

All too soon you're movin' on,
Word came down yesterday
It hurts to know my old friends is gone
Its hard to know what to say

I can
By Walter Egan

Don't tread on me,
My heart's not stone,
You'll never take my dreams away.
So sure so wild I was,
'So what' you say,
What good are
By Walter Egan

Jean was a girl with style,
Boy, heads turned every time she'd smile,
Envy turned her girlfriends' eyes green
Whoa oh oh Jean.

By Walter Egan

Under a Spielberg sky all wild and stormy,
Make me an alibi, I'd swear you saw me.
Until the sun came up, it's true you knew me,
By Walter Egan

There goes my girl there goes my baby
There goes my heart there goes my world
There goes my girl

There goes my girl there goes my
By Andy West and Walter Egan

Helplessly my heart returns, to the fire that always burns
No matter how I try to tear myself away
I'm drawn
By Walter Egan

Going home many years since I've been gone
On my way dreamed a scene of yesterday
Days when we lived at home

Memories once these
By Walter Egan and Chris James

How come everyone says we're fine
It looks so different here inside
Too many nights we fuss and fight
A whole lotta
By Walter Egan

There is no exit too late to turn around
This is the lock that has no key.
There's no escaping it, you've come too far to quit
By Walter Egan

Remember when we were new and time was our friend
Our pleasure knew no end
But somehow as we grew the years like a haze
By Walter Egan

Rain falling down are you crying now?
Rain whispers songs to your frowns
When lonely teardrops fill up your eyes
Rain wash away all
By Walter Egan

A stranger is knocking but don't let him in,
The sound of the hunter don't be his victim,
You open your door and then it's too late
By Walter Egan

It was a Sunday night I will never forget,
Driving down the street in my red Camaro,
As I pulled in to the seven eleven,
The locals
By Earl Shackleford and Walter Egan

Impatience has got a hold you see
Our conversations are feeling old to me
A change of heart now I feel already
By Walter Egan

It's been a year too long
It's been a day too short
Now how can I be strong
I'm getting torn apart
It's getting tough to take it
By Walter Egan

It wasn't me who told you nothing's ever easy
It wasn't I who said you'd die to try to please me
It wasn't you who said to me that
By Walter Egan

I remember when others forget
Back before we learned the way to regret
Love could change the world
Twas all that you need
By Walter Egan

I've been waitin for Fred, Lord I hope that he's not dead
I've been waiting so long I wonder where old Fred has gone

He always makes
By Walter Egan

Don't mess around with this smooth operator
She's gonna get you sooner or later
Take heed of her curly blonde hair
Blue eyes and her
By Walter Egan and Ed Berghoff

I can't sleep for wanting you, but I don't miss my dreams,
This feeling is so brand new, don't know what I should do
By Walter Egan

In the rain in Tennessee Friday night remembering what used to be
Many miles and years ago once there was a place and time I used
By Walter Egan and Billy Cioffi

Whatever happened to the dreams we used to keep
Those crazy precious moments now so bittersweet
Once I'd convinced
By Chris James and Walter Egan

Damned if I will said Adam to Eve
What made you mess with that tree
Forbidden fruit from some snake in the grass
By Dave Chamberlain and Walter Egan

I' m hungry, got a strong appetite
I need you for more than tonight
Like a fever ooo I'm on fire
Put your skin