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Allman Brothers Band – Sail Away lyrics

By Dickey Betts
(c) 1979 EMI Blackwood Music Inc.

Sunset colors, all across the bay.
Finds me here alone at the end of one more day.
Skipping stones across the water.
Wonder why I ever thought you'd stay.
Palm trees sway in the evening breeze.
Sing a lullabye of sweet love to me.
Sailboat, sail away into the amber sky.
And I wonder why I ever thought you'd stay.
Sail on, sail away.
May all your dreams come true one day.
Sail on, sail away.
I wonder why I ever thought you'd stay.
Sail on, sail away.
May all your dreams come true one day.
Sail on, sail away.
I wonder why I ever thought you'd stay.
I wonder why I ever thought you'd stay.
Sail on, sail away.
Sail on, sail away.
Sail on, sail away.
Sail on, sail away.



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