Southbound Lyrics - The Allman Brothers Band
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by Dickey Betts (c) 1973 & 1974 No Exit Music Co., Inc.
Well, I'm Southbound ... Lord I'm comin' home to you
Lord, I'm Southbound, baby ... Lord I'm comin' home to you
I got that old lonesome feelin' that's sometimes called the blues
Lord, I been workin' every night ... oh travelin' every day
Lord, I been workin' every night .. whoa traveling every day
Oh, you can tell your other man ... sweet daddy's on the way
Oh, you better believe
Well, I'm Southbound
Lord, I'm Southbound, baby
Oh, you better tell your other man ... sweet daddy's on his way
Got your hands full now, baby ... oh as soon as I hit the door
Got your hands full now, woman ... yeah as soon as I hit that door
Well, I'm gonna make it all up to you ... for all the things you should have had before
Well, I'm goin' Southbound
Oh, Southbound, baby
Ohhhh ... I'm rollin' Southbound
Yeah, baby ... make it all up to you ... ohhhh ... the things you should had before
Writer: M. McAnally
Lyrics © Beginner Music, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., EMI Music Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group
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What a jam! Cant listen to it enough | Reviewer: TheWienerman | 2/11/2008
Knees a bumpin, feet a tappin. This is such a great song. I always crank it. It always changes my mood to a more positive state. My good buddy Rusty loves the Allman Bros as well and whenever they are playing, he becomes invincible on the pool table!
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