"Where Do I Go From Here" as written by and Matthew Arnold Thiessen....
May not be coming home
To know I'm not alone
Though I can't feel a thing

Time to get over it
The best of what will quit
Me down, I can't feel a thing

Where do I go
Where do I stand
Where can I find myself again
Where do I go
If not disappear
Where do I go from here

My steps right back to you
The clock to save an hour or two
The fact I can't feel a thing
With what I can't control
Confused 'cause I don't know
If healing
Is when you don't feel a thing


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"Where Do I Go from Here" as written by Matthew Thiessen

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    General CommentI connect with this song... Saaad.

    The way I see it, it's about wanting to run away, but you end up going back to face your problems. But is it healing if you just don't feel anything?

    They seem to have the same problem I do, with avoiding problems. "I So Hate Consequences" has the same theme. "Apathetic Way to Be" mentions just not caring.

    I love how you can connect to RK's lyrics, no matter what you're experiencing. yay.
    LNikkyon November 08, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis song actually makes me think of clinical depression.

    "Where do I go from here if not dissappear?" I see that as a reference to running away (obviously "Leaving, may not be coming home" goes with this also) or even suicide
    "I'm dealing with what I can't control." Feelings of desperation over not being able to cope with life
    "Feeling confused because I don't know if healing is when you don't feel a thing." Feelings of blankness, or experiencing emotions that contradict the mood or situation surrounding you

    Whatever it's about, I love this song, just like Relient K's other songs. Some of their newer releases, from The Birds and the Bee Sides, have a slightly darker edge to them, but I'm glad to see that RK can sing about more serious, personal matters than Chapstick (not to say I don't love that song!) while still making their songs fun and enjoyable to listen to.
    caseywithacauseon January 29, 2009   Link

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