Martin Weller

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Pop - Rock | Dawlish, United Kingdom
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Member Since: 2008
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Song Description

Taking the concept of wanting to be somewhere else but stuck in the harsh reality.

Story Behind the Song

A friend or lover giving love unconditionally to someone who is not in a good place spiritually or mentally perhaps.


Here I go again (Dorothy)

So you're in a place you don't want to be

Clicking your heels just like Dorothy

But this isn't just a dream
There's no waking up to reality

Every time I see you you're looking for the door

I still can't believe
I can love you anymore

You walk around as if your life is just a grin

So what if no one cared the way I do?

I'd hate to think what would become of you

Here I go again

But I'm undecided if I can save you

Maybe, maybe it's time, to let you go now

You can find your own way, but baby it's so hard

So you're in a place you don't want to be

Clicking your heels just like Dorothy

Rudely awakened from your dream

Ain't that the the way that it's always been?

Written and performed by Martin Weller copyright reserved.

Song Length
Pop - Standards
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
Dysfunctional Relations
Similar Artists
Rod Stewart, Tom Waits
1990 - 1999

Lyric Credits Martin Weller
Music Credits Martin Weller
Producer Credits Martin Weller
Publisher Credits None
Performance Credits Martin Weller, Richard Bell, Peter Groves (deceased)
Label Credits None