"Nowhere Warm" as written by and Kate C. Havnevik....
I go nowhere high, go nowhere warm
Until I see your smile and feel your calm
And I lick a dime, I crave for you, boy
You're like a parachute descending from the sky

But I'm sure you're on your way
Yes, I'm sure you're on the road

I go nowhere high, go nowhere warm
Until you're by my side, your hand in mine
And I've always known, you're like a feather
You go where wind and fire melt together

But I'm sure you're on your way home
Yes, I'm sure you're on the road

But I'm sure you're on your way
Yes, I know you're on the road

And I'm sure you're faster than before
Yes, I know you're somewhere on the road
And I reckon there is nothing more to say



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"Nowhere Warm" as written by Kate C. Havnevik

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    General Commentfrom what I gather, this song is about being left behind or forgotten by a lover
    gfunkon May 21, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI love this song so much. It does seem to be about someone who can only find comfort in their lover's arms but the lover has left so the person pines for their return.
    wolf cubon June 02, 2006   Link
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    General Commentbeautiful song. featured in grey's anatomy
    so_fetch!on July 14, 2006   Link
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    General Commentwhat do they mean "lick a dime"?
    fitzon February 05, 2007   Link
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    General CommentMaybe the person the narrator is talking about hasn't left, but is coming back. "I'm sure you're on your way" seems to suggest that she is speaking about him coming back to her. On her way to her, if you will.

    And she keeps on saying "Until," suggesting that she will see him again. Soon.
    tutumanon May 25, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIt's kind of funny how this song fits my situation..
    cracka_smileon August 29, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI think that the person isn't coming back.
    Maybe she just hopes they will be...
    Xamedon November 19, 2007   Link
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    General Comment"You go where wind and fire melt together"
    i love the way that line sounds, although im unsure of its meaning.
    dustybreezeon March 29, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI means a lot to me.
    Whenever I hear it I start to cry.
    To me, it is about leaving or being apart from someone, being ok with it.
    Because you know it will all be allright and in your mind the person you aren't with anymore still is with you.
    ''And I reckon there is nothing more to say''
    Is in my opinion the most beautiful sentence in this song. Because you can't help being apart, or that a relationship has ended. And you have to be ok with it.
    So that final sentence really calms me down.
    Soundaddicton April 13, 2008   Link
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    General CommentWhat Soundaddict says makes sense to me. I feel kind of the same way about this song. For me it's a very sad and unwanted breakup for both the people involved but there's just no other option. And "I'm sure you're on the way" translates to something like: I'm sure that you are trying to get better and solve your problems so we can be together again.
    ohmissaon May 17, 2008   Link

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