on my way

what ya doin here?
didn’t I make it clear?
that you’re not welcome anymore
like I told you the other night,
nothing you say will make it right —
I just slammed the proverbial door
and watched the dust fall
felt my future call
turned and walked on my way

always hanging ’round
always bringing me down
getting the worst out of me
say what you want to say
it doesn’t matter anyway
I’ve seen what I need to see

and I watched the dust fall
felt my future call
turned and walked on my way

(bridge) There’s a way that always seems right at the time…
And you’ve always tried to get me to toe that line
Though this new freedom’s feelin kinda strange
I’ve figured you out, and things are going to change

I know you will be there
Doing whatever you dare
appealing to my fool sense of pride
you’ll never stop me
in fact, you’ll help me
now that I know where you hide

and I watch the dust fall
feel my future call
turn and walk on my way
watch the dust fall
feel my future call
turn and walk on my way

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One Reply to “on my way”

  1. "If the doors of perception were cleansed every thing would appear to man as it is, infinite. For man has closed himself up, till he sees all things through narrow chinks of his cavern."

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