She used to look at him with that smile, and pretty green eyes
They’d talk late at night about life, and all its trials
Told her he loved her like an angel child, now he’d do anything again to see her smile
Now he walks empty miles, now he walks empty miles
They met at a party, an old run down house
He spilled his beer on her pretty, pretty white blouse
She loved the way he looked into her eyes, promised each other they’d never say goodbye
Now she walks empty miles, now he walks empty miles
She cries alone in her pain, innocent love it’s now in vain
Now she walks empty miles, now he talks without a smile, now they walk empty miles
Pretends he loves another one, he lied when he said it’d never be undone
  Through many days, and all of life’s trials, they’d think of each other every once in a while
 Forgiveness became their cross to bear, playing love like truth or dare
Now she walks empty miles, now he talks without a smile, now they walk empty miles
Now she walks empty miles, now he talks empty miles, now they walk empty miles