World Turning

Album: Fleetwood Mac (1975)
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  • 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: CHRISTINE MCVIE, LEO NOCENTELLI, LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Bill from UsAll these Fleetwood Mac songs (1974-75) have something in common that seems to be missing from the conversation. Lindsey and Stevie's pre- Mac songs redone, this one of Christine and Lindsey, what?
    Mick's drumming! In this one it sounds they needed to bolt the kick drum down to keep it from going across the stage. And they all sound like he has more than just two hands and two sticks!
    But if you've seen him live...nope just Mick tearing it up, in time.
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