"Where?" as written by and Chad/kroeger Kroeger....
I was wrong to think that I could ever trust in you
I was wrong to think that you might want to trust me, too

Here I am, here I am
Here I stand
Here I am, here I am, here I am, here I stand

I was wrong to think that I could ever love in you
I was wrong to think that you might want to love me, too

Here I am, here I am
Here I stand
Here I am, here I am, here I am, here I stand

So where the hell are you?
So where the hell are you?
So where are you when I need someone, too?
I'm tired of needing you


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"Where?" as written by Brandon Henry Kroeger Brandon Kroeger

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    General CommentThis song is about loving someone who doesnt love you back. He keeps waiting for her to come and comfort him, but she never comes and he is tired of waiting for her to come.

    It is awesome for about the first minute and a half of the song, but then it gets boring and repetitive.
    Russian_Leprechaunon October 17, 2002   Link
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    General CommentAlmost got it, Russian Leprechaun, but not quite. Yes, he did love this girl, but she loved him back at least for a while. Then she starts having second thoughts, and he says, here I stand, here I am, saying that he knows how he feels. "So where the hell are you?" doesn't literally mean that he's wondering where she is...he's saying I know where I stand in this relationship, now where do you stand? Finally, sick of holding on to false hopes, he says, I'm tired of needing you, and he decides to move on.
    mb20rox111on November 04, 2004   Link
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    General Commenti love this song sooooo much, it's great
    ANTWANmyMANon July 11, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis song is amazingggg. this is my fav song off of Curb. It's so raw and awesome. It's about how he's not sure where she is in their relationship.
    jdrloveon September 28, 2007   Link

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