This song is about a young woman struggling to find herself. Although t can be helpful if one is always be able to make the right choices in life, sometimes we all experience moments of indiscretion where we just make bad choices. The case in this song has decided that stealing and peddling her charms for money to satisfy a habit of partying with her friends and drugs, is better than doing school work and getting a good education without thought of the ever present consequences.

As you may have guessed by now; the story does not turn out well for her and she soon finds that life’s early indiscretions can sometimes lead to a long and lonely path of frustration.


When you stole that money girl
Didn’t something tell you, you might be wrong
And when you drop it for the boy’s
Do you think of the consequences you might bring home

This ain’t no joke or game
It’s not made for liars, idiots and fools
Stop serving up your ass, use your brain
Before your deviant behavior’s grown too strong

No doubt, your deviant behavior
Will bring you to an end
And you think your deviant behavior
Is what helped you find… friends?

I know that’s not how you see yourself
Crew slut on another bus of life
Goodtime, paid, pass around girl
It’s not your destiny, that’s a crime

You’re not even twenty-one
And your mileage has run way past your time
Sick minds, salty grinds and trucker stops
For another smoke and another white line

Hey girl, your deviant behavior
Is gonna bring you to an end
Without that strange behavior baby
You’ll find a different kind of friend

As you struggle against yourself
Those around you surely pay the price
Their lost time, peace of mind and another day of life
It’s all they can do cause of you and survive

And you say you got it all solved
And all your plans are tailor made to fit your life
But life’s a foundation is on shifting sand
And bound to change, when you least expect, at a bad time

Without doubt your deviant behavior
Has brought you to this end
Because of your deviant behavior
You just might be a

Street Walker

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