Road To Somewhere

Album: Seventh Tree (2008)
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  • Walking down the Mercer St
    Been a long hot summer
    Rain like daggers coming down on me
    Get a feeling it's too late but alone
    Together
    Could be we might start it up all over again

    Dream, you're not too late
    Sweet road to somewhere else

    Listen to the radio
    Are you calling?
    Listen to the radio
    Are you calling?

    3 o'clock I'm on my way
    On the road to somewhere
    Little clouds like wounds that blow away
    Listening to the radio like a friend
    That guides me
    Playing out every song
    We used to know

    Dream, you're not too late
    Sweet road to somewhere else

    Listen to the radio
    Are you calling?
    Listen to the radio
    Are you calling?

    Bring it on
    Come along
    On the road to somewhere
    Take our time
    See the signs
    On the road to somewhere

    Bring it on
    Come along
    On the road to somewhere
    Take our time
    See the signs
    On the road to somewhere Writer/s: ALISON ELIZABETH GOLDFRAPP, WILLIAM OWEN GREGORY
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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