Walk On

Album: Little Bit of Everything (2008)
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  • Currington explained to AOL why he recorded this song, which was written by Ashley Gorley, Bryan Simpson and Wade Kirby. Said Currington: "When I heard 'Walk On', it took me to the city of Manhattan. For some reason, that's all I could picture when I heard the song. It just had that really cool vibe to it, and I felt like the song lyrically was one of the best songs that I had to pick from out of the thousands and thousands that I listened to. I still feel that it's one of the best-written songs on this album. I just thought, whoever wrote this song wrote a really great song. The melody had no holes in it, and it's very simple – what I call a pretty unique song. I felt I could lend my voice to it, and make it really soar."

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  • Angie Bowen from Sulphur LouisianaI love this song .it makes me feel like this is what most guys go though when they see girls that they might really want to b with but they deside not to.
    I absolutely love it .
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