Walk
Justice Lyrics


Written by: Stephen Allen Davis / Boo Hewerdine


Confrontation ain?t your thing

You say that laying blame won?t do no good now

So before you go and say goodbye

And move on with your life I wish you would somehow

Give me a reason to believe

That everything you?re gonna leave behind

Is a waste of time and ain?t worth fighting for


Chorus:

Slam the door, yell out loud

Don?t hold it in, let it out

Put me down, put up a fight

I can be wrong, you can be right

Just get mad, is that too much to ask

But, don?t walk away, walk away like that

Don?t walk away, walk away like that


Kicking me in the teeth would be better than leaving me untouched

So try

Cause all the words we never say

The wars unwaged have started stacking up

So high

There may not be a way to make you

Wanna stay and try to save our love

But if it can?t be like it was before


Repeat Chorus


Give me a reason to believe

That everything you?re gonna leave behind

Is a waste of time and ain?t worth fighting for


Repeat Chorus

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Written by: BOO HEWERDINE, MARK NICHOLAS HEWERDINE, STEPHEN ALLEN DAVIS (S3)

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David Carbone

Powerful biographies of self-reflecting teachers dedicated to fine tuning their craft to meet the needs of their learners especially those who've been dealing with various lifelong challenges. For 3 years, I was a volunteer court appointed special advocate for 4 inner city, African American foster kids, all special needs, 3 with generalized learning disabilities and one had autism. Very challenging but not giving up, giving them the space they needed, and patience paid off in the long run. Customized teaching (providing the learner what he needs), showing respect, communicating expectations, beng relatable, and asking for feedback have been for me, as they've been for Professor Teagarden, et al, powerful tools for the volunteer, college teaching I've done in the state prisons these past 21 years..the same program my dad was graduated from in 1975 during his 2nd incarceration. I have a Ph.D. in education, and I've been a college student development educator in residential life, career planning and placement, and orientation, worked in private industry for a few years, have some nonprofit experience, worked a few years in continuing professional education and customized training, and the past couple of decades in government experience. Helping others reach their potential and accomplish their goals is the best experience. I wonder how they feel about what's going on now with police brutality protests and mascot name changing.

K-State College of Education

Thank you for your service and for advocating for those who could not always advocate for themselves. Best wishes!

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