Anchor
Stranded on Lake Michigan, and the carburetor's dry,
as the rain falls from the sky
And I don't need no rescue now, as long as you're here to rescue me

And it's time that I get back to Ann Arbor and lay it all down,
and start again tomorrow

I keep saying, It's all downhill from here
When I looked down, I turned around and you had disappeared

This anchor will never hold, It never did before she took me over
And it's time that I get back to Ann Arbor and lay it all down,
and start again tomorrow

Driving in my silver van; as the towns go passing by, I can't help but wonder why
All these good intentions never took me very far; I should have known

I keep saying, I can let it go
I fool myself, but in the end, one thing I know

This anchor will never hold, It never did before she took me over
And it's time that I get back to Ann Arbor and lay it all down,
and start again tomorrow

She keeps saying, don't hold out for me
I left there once, and now I know its where I wanna be

This anchor will never hold, it never did before she took me over
And it's time that I get back to Ann Arbor and lay it all down,
and start again tomorrow, but I don't know why

This anchor will never hold, it never did before she took me over