"Where Do You Go" as written by William Orbit and Elizabeth Caroline Orton....
Now when I need you
You're nowhere around
Just when I'm going then
You're taking a trip down town
How do you fly so far
With the world in disguise
Do the people around you
Put you to where they need you

Where do you go
When the wind doesn't blow
Are you still like the trees
Only bend with a breeze

I long to smell you
To feel you within
I need you near to me
Just the touch of your skin
I want to hear you
And tell you again
But so much can happen
Makes it harder to explain

Where do you go
When the wind doesn't blow
Are you still like the trees
Only bend with a breeze

You think I need no one
You're always around
Turning on a sixpence
Locked in the crowd
Now when I need you
You're nowhere around
Just when I'm going down
You're takin' a trip down town

Where do you go
When the wind doesn't blow
Are you still like the trees
Only bend with a breeze


Lyrics submitted by nicole

"Where Do You Go" as written by Beth Orton William Orbit

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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