Walkabout

I think I'll go on a walkabout
And find out what it's all about
And that ain't hard
Just me and my own two feet, in the heat
I got myself to meet
A detective of perspective
I need to try and get a bigger eye
Open wide
Bloodwood flowers in my gaze
Walkabout in the sunny days
Do me now
On a walkabout

You can do it in the city, you can do it in a zone
You can do it in a desert
You can do the unknown
On a walkabout

High desert skies are what I spy
So fly, you gotta wonder why, hm
The stingrays must be fat this year
Are moving slow in my lowest gear
The didgeridoo original man with a dream
I believe the Aborigine
On a walkabout

You could do it with a shuffle, you could do it with a stroll
You could do it with a stride
You could do the unknown
On a walkabout

A walk could cure most all my blues
Bare feet or in my two shoes
One... two...

I think I'll go on a walkabout
And find out what it's all about
Can't hurt to try
Use your legs to rock it wide
Take a ride to the other side.



Credits
Writer(s): David Michael Navarro, Chad Gaylord Smith, Anthony Kiedis, Michael Peter Balzary
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