Who Sang Somewhere Else? Jim Bryson

Jim Bryson The North Side Benches cover art
Release information
Release Date: 2003-9-2
length: 3:53
vocal: Jim Bryson and Jim Cuddy
bass: Darren Hore
electric guitar & dobro: Ian LeFeuvre
membranophone & tambourine & shakers: Peter von Althen
electric guitar & synthesizer & mellotron & piano & keyboard & acoustic guitar: Jim Bryson
Some other versions of "Somewhere Else"

I used to look for you out in the daylight
I took highways and sidestreets and back lanes
Slept under open skies
Life can be cruel
Life can be sweet if I want it to be
This town that I once called home
I just can't hold on to
It's got bus stops and strip malls and people
I would never even talk to
She said life can be cruel
But life is so sweet cuz I let it be
Everybody out here
They wanna live somewhere else
I wish I could find a place
and stay there by myself
Bit by bit I swear I think I'm losing
All this city's confidence

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Sleeping in Toronto
  • 2 Somewhere Else
  • 3 The Lost Occasional
  • 4 Elizabeth
  • 5 Fleetwoood
  • 6 Captain Finch
  • 7 Feel Much Better
  • 8 Accidental Country Leaning
  • 9 Mean Streak
  • 10 At Least for Now
  • 11 Broken Fingers
    Digital Media 2
  • 1 (EP Download)

  • Release information
    label: The Orange Record Label
    country(area): Canada
    format: Digital Media
    script: Latin