Are we just dust

On the floor again

I thought we were on the mend



Westbound is an unreleased track recorded in 2007. It was track seven for the album Sirens, which Lana recorded under the name May Jailer, an early alter ego.

It was written by Grant and is 4 minutes 32 seconds long. It is described as indie/alternative folk.

The song is a tale of loss.


You didn't think about anyone else

You didn't think about any of us

When you left that place

You didn't want to go anywhere else

Nothing could satisfy you till you left

So you went away

Where did you go?

Where are you now?

I ask about

So many of my friends

Oh, about their ends

What about us?

Are we just dust

On the floor again

I thought we were on the mend

You really put me in a quite a position

You got me struggling as a musician

With the song

You like to write about all of your problems

Put them in songs because you think it will solve them

But it won't

Why did you go?

I guess I know

Maybe my question is

Why must it come to this?

You talk about

Being strong, yeah

How I want to be

You and your melody

Trying to learn about something important

You keep taking up space, you're annoying

But I love you so

Yeah, you already know

They're trying to teach me about new ways of living

They're trying to teach me about ways of forgiving

But you make it hard

You're such a bad, bad boy

I love you anyway

No matter what what they say

You were not approved

But you are on the moon

I care about

How this turns out

It's just more than I

Heaven know how to fight

I guess I want

Tell me I have to

Tell me I have to

I know you couldn't

I said I know you could

Where are you now?

I ask about

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