The first song on When You’re Done┬áby The Reverends.

You Gotta Go

Hey, you gotta go
You gotta go, you gotta go…
Yes, that’s right, it’s the only way, you have got to go

The bright lights of the city
Always held their charms for me
Hoin’ corn and plowing soil
Never gave me peace
So I set out on a journey
Just sixteen years of age
My pa gave me a slap on the head
The farmer, three months wage

Said, You gotta go…

Found me a city woman
Expensive in her ways
We liquored and we boozed it
Every night for thirty days
We saw every show on main street
And I behaved just like a fool
The money ran out, she got sore
And I told my little jewel

Babe, you gotta go…

Nothing left to do
But to be on my way
Poor as can be
I just jumped an old freight train
I met a young hobo
He said his name was Jack.
He said, you just gotta keep on going
Cause you never can go back

Said, you gotta go…