Walk Your Talk
words & music: Lynn Woolever & Jill Gold


You talk about love being give and take
You talk a pretty good game
When do you start giving
When do I start living
Your words all sound the same
Yea you sure know the right things to say
But what you do keep getting in the way

I wish you'd walk your talk
Let's start playing show instead of tell
I wish you'd walk your talk
Life with you has become a living hell
So be a (wo)man of your word
And no one will get hurt
If you'd just walk your talk

You say you had dinner with an old friend
Then you come bouncing in at 4 am
You say I'm sorry I should've called
And then you turn around and do it again
No matter what you tell me, the truth remains
The way you act could drive a (wo)man insane

Why don't you walk your talk
Let's start playing show instead of tell
I wish you'd walk your talk
Life with you has become a living hell
So be a man of your word
And no one will get hurt
If you'd just walk your talk

Late last night the telephone rang
I answered - it was for you
I said you weren't home
Who's calling please
His voice got awful high
And he said Mary Lou
I know that ain't the truth

I wish you'd walk your talk
Let's start playing show instead of tell
Why don't you walk your talk
Life with you has become a living hell
So be a woman of your word
And no one will get hurt
If you'd just walk your talk
Why don't you walk your talk
You better walk your talk