"The Walking Song"
Wouldn't it be nice to walk together
Baring our souls while wearing out the leather?
We could talk shop, harmonize a song
Wouldn't it be nice to walk along?
I'll show you houses of architectural renown
Some are still standing, some have fallen down
Farm houses buried under Canada's snow
Spanish villas on the boulevards of Mexico
And I'll learn to tell the ash from the oak
And if you don't know the difference, I won't make
We'll climb to the top and view the world from above
Carve our initials in the trunk, like teenagers in love
And when we get hungry, we'll stop to eat
Gotta think of our stomachs and rest our feet
And when we get thirsty, we'll have a drink or two
In a mountain top bar with a mountain top view
And when we get tired, we'll stop to rest
And if you still wanna talk, well, you can bare your breast
If it's winter and cold, we'll take a rooming house room
If it's summer and warm, we'll sleep under the moon