Walk Away
Performed by Bricklin
Written by: Brian Bricklin, Scott Bricklin, Jake Meyer,
Ian Cross, James Goetz & Eddie Bader
Produced by Bill Drescher

Bricksongs (ASCAP)

   MP3 segment of the song Walk Away
1:13 min.
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Performed by Bricklin

Where it can be heard in the movie:
When Billy the Kid comes onstage at San Dimas High to introduce Bill & Ted and during the first part of their history report.

Lyrics:

In my life, in this restless life,
So many wasted dreams,
They all leave me tired now.
All of my friends,
All of my friends’ familiar faces I don’t have now.
Seems so far away.
Do they remember me?
‘Cause I’m still around this town.
Where are they now?
We swore we’d all come back for each other
Well, I still hear them now.

Ah, the rain daily washes down,
There’s no one around.
I should have known they wouldn’t come back now.
But I won’t walk away.
While the rain is falling down.

‘Cause it’s my life,
I can’t turn back now.
All I got left is time,
I’ll just live it out for now.
Wondering why why why,
Why I’ve been waiting here for a lifetime.
Well, I still hear them now.

Ah, the rain daily washes down,
There’s no one around.
I should have known they wouldn’t come back now.
But I won’t walk away.

Ah, the rain daily washes down (down down).
No, I won’t walk away.
I should have known they wouldn’t come back down.

The rain is falling down,
Down on the empty streets,
Oh, where we used to meet,
There’s nobody down there now.
Where are my friends?
We swore we’d all come back for each other.
Well, I hear them now.

Ah, the rain daily washes down,
There’s no one around.
I should have known they wouldn’t come back now.
But I won’t walk away.

Ah, the rain daily washes down (down down),
No, I won’t walk away.
While the rain is falling down.
No, I’m not gonna walk away.

Ah, the rain daily washes down,
There’s no one around.
I should have known they wouldn’t come back now.
No, not gonna walk away.

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