"Nowhere Road" as written by and Tony Scalzo....
There's trouble on the subway, there's something on the track
There's a dead end waiting and we can't go back
So take it to the highway, head back and open wide
Step right up and take a nowhere ride

It's a nowhere road
It's a nowhere road
No matter where it goes
It's a nowhere road
It's a nowhere road and I'm tired
It's a nowhere job and I'm fired
It don't matter what they say
You can't get there going this way
From L.A. to Miami and all points in between
Look outside you get the same old scene
You take it to the highway
You travel far and wide
Caterpillars carving up the country side

It's a nowhere road
It's a nowhere road
No matter where it goes
It's a nowhere road
It's a nowhere road and I'm tired
It's a nowhere job and I'm fired
It don't matter what they say
You can't get there going this way

It's a nowhere road and I'm tired
It's a nowhere road and I'm tired
It's a nowhere road and I'm tired


Lyrics submitted by weezerific:cutlery

"Nowhere Road" as written by Anthony Scalzo

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    General CommentThese lyrics are pretty depressing when you think about it. More than trying to write a song to make people depressed, I think he was just trying to express the dismal nature and monotony of his typical, American life.

    It's quite expressive. I think that "Caterpillars carving up the country side" might be refer to his feeling of insignificance and serve as a comment on the meaninglessness of the individual in this bland world.
    pikabooon May 16, 2007   Link

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