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One Less Set of Footsteps by Jim Croce

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"One Less Set of Footsteps" is a song written and performed by Jim Croce. It was released in as the first single from his album Life and Times. It reached a.
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One Less Set Of Footsteps

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We been runnin' away from Somethin' we both know We've long run out of things to say And I think I better go. So don't be getting' excited When you hear that slammin' door 'Cause there'll be one less set of footsteps On your floor in the mornin'. And we've been hidin' from somethin' That should have never gone this far But after all it's what we've done That makes us what we are. And you been talkin' in silence If it's silence you adore Oh there'll be one less set of footsteps On your floor in the mornin'. Chorus: Well there'll be one less set of footsteps on your floor One less man to walk in One less pair of jeans upon your door One less voice a'talkin'.

We been runnin' away from Somethin' we both know We've long run out of things to say And I think I better go. So don't be getting excited Oh when you hear that slammin' door Cause there'll be one less set of footsteps On your floor in the mornin'. And we've been hidin' from somethin' That should have never gone this far But after all it's what we've done That makes us what we are.
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It was released in as the first single from his album Life and Times. It reached a peak of 37 on the Billboard Hot , spending ten weeks on the chart. The song describes a failing relationship between the narrator and his lover, and his realization that it is time for him to leave. Throughout, he recounts the fact that they have been knowingly moving apart, but have been unwilling to recognize it openly, "running away from something [they] both know. While it seems clear that the narrator has put up with his lover's infidelity for a time, he has decided to finally move on, refusing to accept her "silence" about what has happened between them. He acknowledges that "it's what we've done that makes us what we are", pointing out that their different choices in life have led them to become different types of people. He goes on to announce that his lover's "silver tongue has turned to clay, and [her] golden rule to rust," using these metaphors to suggest that she no longer has an enchanting hold over him, and that he is free to leave.

We been runnin' away from Somethin' we both know We've long run out of things to say And I think I better go. So don't be gettin' excited Oh, when you hear that slammin' door 'Cause there'll be one less set of footsteps On your floor in the mornin'. And we've been hidin' from somethin' That should have never gone this far But after all it's what we've done Makes us what we are. And you been talkin' in silence Well, if it's silence you adore Oh, baby, one less set of footsteps On your floor in the mornin'. Well, baby One less set of footsteps on your floor It's one less man to walk in One less pair of jeans on your door One less voice a-talkin'. But tomorrow's a dream away Today has turned to dust Your silver tongue has turned to clay And your golden rule to rust. If that's the way that you want it Oh, that's the way I want it more Well, they'll be one less set of footsteps On your floor in the mornin'.

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