Chainsaw Dupont

Chainsaw Dupont

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Blues - Modern | Chicago, Illinois, United States
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Song Description

Singer meets a homeless man with a tale of sadness -- he finished his time in prison to find his lover has left him behind, which also means he has no place to live. The singer muses that having nowhere to go is worse, perhaps the only thing worse, than

Story Behind the Song

I actually met this guy in Chicago's Loop, and he actually told me the story almost word for word as it is in the song. I didn't have money to give him, but oddly enough I was with a label owner at the time, and he gave him 5 bucks. I went home and wrot

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Lyrics

NOWHERE TO GO

Yesterday I met a man
With nowhere to go
Asked him how he got there
And he didn't know
He was an unlucky man
Just an unlucky man
His borrowed time was repossessed
And he had nowhere to go

He said --I just got outta jail
And I tried to go home
Walked in on my woman
And she wasn't alone
Now my heart's broke agin
I'm getting' desperate man
Can you help me with five dollars --please
Don't make me beg on my knees'

Nowhere to go
Is worse than
No one to love
A map without a road to where
You're dreaming of
His borrowed time was repossessed
And he had nowhere to go

Nowhere to go
Is worse than no one to love
A map without a destination
You're thinking of
His stolen time was gone for good
And he had nowhere to go

He was an unlucky man
Just a desperate man
Could've been you or me
And he had nowhere to go

He was an unlucky man
Just a desperate man
Could've been you or me

©2003 Steve Pasek

Song Length
4:36
Genres
Blues - Chicago, Blues - Traditional
Tempo / Feel
Very Slow (Under 70)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Heartbreaking, Troubled

Subject Matter
Poverty, Luck/Coincidence

Similar Artists
Tracy Chapman, Lucinda Williams
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Steve Pasek a.k.a. MrBiG
Music Credits Daivd "Chainsaw" Dupont
Producer Credits Steve Pasek a.k.a. MrBiG
Publisher Credits Blues Warrior Publishing / Bluesomatic Publishing
Performance Credits David "Chainsaw" Dupont
Label Credits Blues Warrior Records, 2003