Someplace

Album: Jake Bugg (2012)

Songfacts®:

  • This is the oldest song on Jake Bugg's eponymous debut album, having written it when he was 15 and still at school. "Against all the other songs the lyrics are a little bit naïve, the song itself is pretty simple, classic chord structure," he admitted. "The label were quite happy to have it on the record and I thought 'oh great, oldest song.'"

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