"...[Marling] does share the (brief) story behind a new track called 'Daisy' - once a contender for the latest record, about a good friend ('I can't remember if she's here tonight or tomorrow night'). Marling further reveals that she tried it as an encore earlier in the tour - and came to the conclusion that she still doesn't really feel comfortable giving encores. Poppier than recent fare, 'Daisy' has the beautifully blunt line: 'a woman alone is not a woman undone', an immediate and decisive statement if ever there was one."
--- Kate Goodacre writing for Digital Spy about Marling's 29 April London show

DAISY

Laura Marling

Daisy lives by the docks
Down at the white rock
Running an open home
Daisy lives by the sea
I only see Daisy
When she wants to see me

Daisy's alright
She's up all night
Down at the docks
Running an open home
I think that you look at her wrong
I think that you look at us all wrong
A woman alone is not a woman undone

Daisy met a man from Sicily
Sailed in one day and told her
Who she was going to be
O did he look at her strange
For no one and nobody
Is Daisy going to change

Daisy's alright
She's up all night Down at the docks
Running an open home
I think that you look at her wrong
I think that you look at us all wrong
Woman alone is not a woman undone

Daisy's got a baby now
She called her Angelina
So she'd stand out of the crowd
Daisy doesn't care from where she seeds
As far as she's concerned
She is immaculately conceived

Daisy's alright
She's up all night
Down at the docks
Running an open home
I think that you look at her wrong
I think that you look at us all wrong
Woman alone is not a woman undone