You'll Accomp'ny Me

Album: Against The Wind (1980)
Charted: 14
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  • A gypsy wind is blowing warm tonight
    The sky is starlit and the time is right
    And still you're telling me you have to go
    Before you leave there's something you should know
    Yeah something you should know babe

    I've seen you smiling in the summer sun
    I've seen your long hair flying when you run
    I've made my mind up that it's meant to be
    Someday lady you'll accomp'ny me
    Someday lady you'll accomp'ny me
    Out where the rivers meet the sounding sea
    You're high above me now
    You're wild and free ah, but
    Someday lady you'll accomp'ny me
    Someday lady you'll accomp'ny me

    Some people say that love's a losing game
    You start with fire
    But you lose the flame
    The ashes smolder
    But the warmth's soon gone
    You end up cold and lonely on your own
    I'll take my chances babe
    I'll risk it all
    I'll win your love
    Or I'll take the fall
    I've made my mind up girl
    It's meant to be
    Someday lady you'll accomp'ny me
    Someday lady you'll accomp'ny me
    It's written down somewhere
    It's got to be
    You're high above me
    Flying wild and free
    Oh but someday lady you'll accomp'ny me
    Someday lady you'll accomp'ny me
    Someday lady you'll accomp'ny me
    Out where the rivers meet the sounding sea
    I feel it in my soul
    It's meant to be
    Oh someday lady you'll accomp'ny me
    Someday lady you'll accomp'ny me
    You'll accomp'ny me, uh, uh, uh
    You'll accomp'ny me, I know you will accomp'ny me
    (You'll accomp'ny me) someday lady, someday lady
    (You'll accomp'ny me) you gonna accom'ny now
    You gonna walk with me and talk with me, and (you'll accomp'ny me)
    (You'll accomp'ny me) uh, uh, uh
    (You'll accomp'ny me) you gonna accomp'ny me uh, uh, uh
    You gonna accomp'ny me (you gonna accomp'ny me) someday uh, uh, uh Writer/s: Bob Seger
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyPer: http://www.oldiesmusic.com/news.htm {10-11-2018}...
    Allen Park, Michigan will dedicate 'Bob Seger Boulevard' in a ceremony on October 19th, 2018...
    This after the Ann Arbor School District and local officials did not agree on a location there...
    Exactly thirty-eight years earlier on October 19th, 1980 "You'll Accomp'ny Me" was at #60 on Billboard's Top 100 chart, it was his third of four tracks from the album 'Against the Wind' to make the Top 100, the other three were "Fire Lake" {peaked #6}, "Against the Wind" {peaked at #5}, and "The Horizontal Bop"{peaked at #42}...
    And on April 27th, 1980 the album "Against the Wind" peaked at #1 {for 6 weeks} on Billboard's Top 200 Albums chart...
    Robert Clark Seger will celebrate his 74th birthday in seven months on May 6th, 2019...
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