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Kevin Wood

Getting Nowhere Has Gotten Me Here

04:22
Kevin Wood
2019
Kevin Wood

Lyrics

I’m at the crossroads of another change in life

I don’t know if I’m up for the fight for the privilege to be stronger

And as of now I have gotten nowhere fast

I like the comfort of my past 

But I know I can’t wait much longer

There isn’t one thing I have done that I regret

My choices brought me here and this I won’t forget

So I guess I can’t complain

No, I guess I can’t complain

Because getting nowhere has gotten me here

 

And it depresses me my money situation

The constant aggravation of having nothing in my pocket

Yet all these humid days prove sticky nights for the homeless

A woman sleeps upon aloneness 

Clutching her life inside a locket

And here I sit in renovated air-conditionedness

High up in a fifth-floor dorm in Boston, Massachusetts

So I guess I can’t complain

No, I guess I can’t complain

Because getting nowhere has gotten me here

 

I can’t complain

There isn’t one thing I have missed all this time

 

So I guess I’m at the crossroads of wanting more in life

Not have time cut like a knife into my daily aspirations

Still it’s right over left in this busy life I lead

My schedule makes me bleed

No room for healthy inspiration

Yet it’s 2 AM and I am caffeine-filled, wide-eyed

Writing this song with a piano by my side

So I guess I can’t complain

No, I guess I can’t complain

Because getting nowhere has gotten me here

Because getting nowhere has gotten me here