Mary Gottschalk

Mary Gottschalk

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Pop - General | Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
Total Song Plays: 3   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Song Description

You would think that after a break up that you would learn from it. You would think it would, but it doesn't. After it's over, you just ask yourself, "now what" and or , "where do I go from here"

Story Behind the Song

Starting all over again after being believing this person was the right one for you. You tart to think of went wrong and try to justify it, but in the end you knew it wasn't right and it leaves you with this gut feeling, "where do I go from here",...starting over


Mary C. Gottschalk
Copyright © 1998

Where Do I Go From Here

I?m going around again someday
Last time is what I said last time
Give me wisdom, give me strength
Why can?t I learn from my first mistake
Where do I go from here?

Please give me the courage to carry on
It?s a love hate battle that never ends
Reflections, these tears, all these years
Where do I go, Where do I go
Where do I go from here

Always being second was not my choice
To belong and be wanted that?s all I cared
I dialed a numbered, ignored with excuses
To be put on hold or you had to go
Where do I go from here


Frustrating wonders
I had my doubts
A heart of gold
you used and pushed out

I cried in silence for I have been deceived
No more honey no more for me
Don?t lie to me when you say ?I love you?
We all know actions speak louder than words
So where do I go
Where do I go
Where do I go
From here,,,,,

Song Length
Pop - Rock, Blues - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Outraged, Irritated

Subject Matter
Breaking Up, Hope

Similar Artists
Heart, Blondie
1990 - 1999

Lyric Credits Mary Gottschalk
Music Credits Mary Gottschalk
Producer Credits Mary Gottschalk
Performance Credits Mary Gottschalk, Dave Johns