Walk Tall

Album: Southern Gravity (2015)
  • They say the measure of a man
    Is what he does when he's in trouble
    When you face the fires of hell
    Will you stand or will you stumble
    It ain't the easiest way of life
    To push a demon in the night
    Can't be scared to pick a fight
    You gotta do right

    Yeah we all walk tall in the daylight
    Yeah we all walk tall when it feels right
    If ever wanna be a man
    If you ever wanna be a rebel
    You gotta walk tall in the moonlight

    There'll be days when you're alone
    There'll be days you wanna crumble
    It'll bring you to your knees
    You can rise out of the rubble
    Put it all on the line to lose
    Yeah you bet it all on the truth
    It doesn't matter what you say
    It only matters what you do

    Yeah we all walk tall in the daylight
    Yeah we all walk tall when it feels right
    If ever wanna be a man
    If you ever wanna be a rebel
    You gotta walk tall in the moonlight

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