World Turning

Album: Fleetwood Mac (1975)
  • Everybody's trying to say I'm wrong
    I just wanna be back where I belong

    World turning
    I gotta get my feet back on the ground
    World turning
    Everybody's got me down

    Maybe I'm wrong but who's to say what's right
    I need somebody to help me through the night

    World turning
    I gotta get my feet back on the ground
    World turning
    Everybody's got me down

    Maybe I'm wrong but who's to say what's right
    I need somebody to help me through the night

    World turning
    I gotta get my feet back on the ground
    World turning
    Everybody's got me down

    Turnin', everybody's got me down
    World turning
    Everybody's got me down

    Let me roll Writer/s: LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM, CHRISTINE MCVIE, LEO NOCENTELLI
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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