Errors Of My Way

Album: Wishbone Ash (1970)
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  • I didn't know what day it was that day,
    Felt just like falling down on my knees to pray.
    Looked at myself, and all that I could say
    Was,"I think I see the errors of my way".

    There in the glass there was something caught my eye,
    Although I try through my sighing not to cry.
    See where I am, and what I try to say,
    Just so I'll look at the errors of my way.

    Guess I got no one around to pull me through.
    I just need someone to turn to, yes, I do.
    Doin' my best just to change my yesterday,
    Then I won't have no more errors of my way. Writer/s: ANDREW POWELL, DAVID TURNER, MARTIN TURNER, STEVE UPTON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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