"Where Can I Go?" as written by and Laura Beatrice Marling....
I was a daddy’s girl sometime,
But I loved my momma till the end of line
I am cold and I am bright,
It’s a curse of mine to be sad at night
It’s a curse of mine to be sad at night

[Chorus]
Late at night he’ll come to me
And he’ll tell me I’m alone
Don’t you think I don’t already know?
All I see is road
No one takes me home,
Where, where can I go?

Truth about desire they say,
Is a need to breathe for another day.
Truth I heard about regret
It’s the hardest truth I’ve come to yet
It’s the hardest truth I’ve come to yet

[Chorus]
All I see is road
No one takes me home,
Where, where can I go?

If I feel like I want to be alone
If I feel like I’m better fought than won
Pick up your rope and jump for Rosie
She’s just a sweet thing with a curl
Just about a woman with her clothes on
You take them off, and she’s a girl

All I hear are words
There’s something I don’t know
Where, where can I go?


Lyrics submitted by ScottishFiction, edited by smallwonderrobot, kimbee, MCalladine

"Where Can I Go?" as written by Laura Beatrice Marling

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    General CommentI didn't submit the edit to the lyrics directly but I wonder if the last two lines "All I see is road" are actually "All I see is blood". Which I think ties in well with the theme of conflict in "All I see are wars" and "Better fought than won".

    It is definitely "road" in the earlier part of the song.
    kimbeeon March 09, 2013   Link

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