Walk Through the World

Marc Cohn

credits


publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
writers: John Leventhal, Marc Cohn
album: Track 1 in album The Rainy Season
release date: 1993-5-25
popularity : 83 users have visited this page.
genres: Rock
styles: Soft Rock/Pop Rock
length: 4:57
drums: Jim Keltner
piano: Marc Cohn
vocal: Marc Cohn
mixer: Ben Wisch
recorded by: Ben Wisch
bass: James Hutchinson
background vocals: Catherine Russell
guitar: John Leventhal
Hammond organ: Benmont Tench
tenor saxophone: Aaron Heick and Rick Depofi
trombone: Larry Farrell
baritone saxophone: Jack Bashcow
horn arranger: Rick Depofi

Album Information

label: Atlantic
country(area): United States
format: CD
barcode: 075678249129
script: Latin

Cover Art

Marc Cohn The Rainy Season cover art

Lyrics

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I'm writing you this letter from some old hotel
From the Spanish Steps to the Liberty Bell

While you're just hanging by a thread
Wishing I was there with you instead
Won't you walk through this world with me
Over the miles of mystery

I've seen the writing on the wall
But everything is bound to rise and fall, that's all
Walk through this world with me
Over the mountains and the shining sea

Let me get these stars out of my eyes
With you right there standing by my side.

Walk through this world?
Walk through this world with me
Walk through this world with me
Over the mountains and the shining sea

Walk through the world
Walk through this world with me, walk on, walk on, walk on
I'm writing you this letter from some old hotel
Baby
Won't you walk through this world with me
Over the miles of mystery

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Track Listing


CD 1
  • 1 Walk Through the World
  • 2 Rest for the Weary
  • 3 The Rainy Season
  • 4 Mama's in the Moon
  • 5 Don't Talk to Her at Night
  • 6 Paper Walls
  • 7 From the Station
  • 8 Medicine Man
  • 9 Baby King
  • 10 She's Becoming Gold
  • 11 The Things We've Handed Down