The Allman Brothers Band - Seven Turns - 1990
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The Allman Brothers Band - Seven Turns - 1990

Updated: Feb 28




"Seven Turns" is a song written by Dickey Betts and performed by The Allman Brothers Band. The song reached #12 on the U.S. mainstream rock chart in 1990. The song appeared on their 1990 album, Seven Turns.




Lyrics


Seven turns on the highway,

Seven rivers to cross.

Sometimes, you feel like you could fly away,

Sometimes, you get lost.


And sometimes, in the darkened night,

You see the crossroad sign.

One way is the mornin' light,

You got to make up your mind.


Somebody's callin' your name.

Somebody's waiting for you.

Love is all that remains the same,

That's what it's all comin' to.

Hey, yeah.


Runnin' wild out on the road,

Just like a leaf on the wind.

How in the world could you ever know,

We'd ever meet again?


Seven turns on the highway,

Seven rivers to cross.

Sometimes, you feel like you could fly away,

Sometimes, you get lost.


Somebody's callin' your name.

Somebody's waitin' for you.

Love is all that remains the same,

That's what it's all comin' to.


Somebody's callin' your name.

Somebody's waitin' for you.

Love is all that remains the same,

That's what it's all comin to.


Somebody's callin' your name.

Somebody's waitin' for you.

Somebody's callin' your name.

That's what it's all coming to.



Songwriters: Dickey Betts / Forest Richard Betts

Seven Turns lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC





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