Seven Turns Somebody’s Callin’ Your Name

Seven Turns from TheĀ Allman Brothers Band’s 1990 album.

Seven turns on the highway
Seven rivers to cross
Sometimes you feel like you could fly away
Sometimes you get lost

And sometimes in the darkened night
You see the crossroad sign
One way is the mornin’ light
You got to make up your mind

Somebody’s callin’ your name
Somebody’s waitin’ for you
Love is all that remains the same
That’s what it’s all comin’ to
Hey, yeah

Runnin’ wild out on the road
Just like a leaf on the wind
How in the world could you ever know
We’d ever meet again?

Seven turns on the highway
Seven rivers to cross
Sometimes you feel like you could fly away
Sometimes you get lost

Somebody’s callin’ your name
Somebody’s waitin’ for you
Love is all that remains the same
That’s what it’s all comin’ to

Somebody’s callin’ your name
Somebody’s waitin’ for you
Love is all that remains the same
That’s what it’s all comin’ to

Somebody’s callin’ your name
Somebody’s waitin’ for you
Somebody’s callin’ your name
That’s what it’s all comin’ to

Gregg Allman – organ, lead vocals
Dickeyy Betts – lead guitar, lead vocals
Jaimoe – drumms, percussion
Butch Trucks – drumms, percussion, tympani
Warren Haynes – lead guitar, background vocals
Allen Woody – bass guitar, backround vocals
Johnny Neel – keyboards, background vocals