Artist: Allman Brothers Band, The
Album: Brothers & Sisters
Allman Brothers Band, The
Brothers & Sisters
By dickey betts
(c) 1973 & 1974 no exit music co., inc.
Well i'm southbound, lord i'm comin' home to you.
Well i'm southbound, baby, lord i'm comin' home to you.
I got that old lonesome feelin' that's sometimes called the blues.
Well i been workin' every night, travelin' every day.
Yes i been workin' every night, traveling every day.
You can tell your other man, sweet daddy's on his way.
Aww, ya better believe.
Well i'm southbound.
Whoa i'm southbound.
Well you can tell your other man, sweet daddy's on his way.
Got your hands full now baby, as soon as i hit that door.
You'll have your hands full now woman, just as soon as i hit that door.
Well i'm gonna make it on up to you for all the things you should have
Lord, i'm southbound.
Yes i'm southbound.
Whoa i'm southbound, baby.
Said i'm southbound.
Well i'm gonna make it on up to you for all the things you should
Have had before.
Writer(s): Forrest Richard Betts
Copyright: Unichappell Music Inc., Forrest Richard Betts Music
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