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Willie Nelson – Everybody's Talkin' lyrics

Everybody's talkin' 'bout me
I don't hear a word they're sayin'
Only the echoes in my mind
Everybody stops to starin'
I don't even see their faces
Only the shadows of their eyes
I'm goin' where the sun keeps shinin'
Through the fallin' rain
Going where the weather suits my clothes
Bankin' off the northeast wind
And sailin' on summer breeze
Skippin' over the ocean like a stone
[ guitar ]
Everybody's talkin' 'bout me
I don't hear a word they're sayin'
Only the echoes of my mind
Everybody stops to starin'
I don't even see their faces
Only the shadows of their eyes
I won't let you leave my love behind
I won't let you leave my love behind
I won't let you leave my love behind



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