Where'er Ye Go

Album: 22 Dreams (2008)
  • And where'er ye go
    That we'll never know
    But as long as you come back
    That's all that really matters

    And where'er ye go
    As surely you will
    Taking with you most of all
    Our whole breath and magic

    But that's who you are
    And we have to accept
    We either live with it
    Or live without you

    So where'er ye go
    And come ye back
    As each time you do
    You bring with ye such stories
    That we lose ourselves

    Because our echoes are forgotten
    And you never forget
    You just lose track of time
    That's alright, it's really alright
    For we couldn't bear to be without you
    Writer/s: PAUL JOHN WELLER
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Dutchblues from NetherlandsI just discovered the album "Other Aspects" from Paul Weller. What a great album, just Wow Wow. Too many songs that are great, but Where'e you go is fantastic. Thank you Paul for a masterpiece
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