It's Probably Me Lyrics

Eric Clapton


album: Track 13 in album The Very Best: Blues and Ballads
release date: 1996
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length: 6:22

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by Sting, Michael Kamen and Eric Clapton

If the night turned cold and the stars looked down
And you hug yourself on the cold cold ground.
You wake the morning in a stranger's coat,
No one would you see.
You ask yourself, who'd watch for me?
My only friend, who could it be?
It's hard to say it, I hate to say it, but it's probably me.

When your belly's empty and the hunger's so real
And you're too proud to beg and too dumb to steal,
You search the city for your only friend,
No one would you see.
You ask yourself, who'd watch for me?
A solitary voice to speak out and set me free.
I hate to say it, I hate to say it, but it's probably me.

You're not the easiest person I ever got to know
And it's hard for us both to let our feelings show.
Some would say I should let you go your way,
You'll only make me cry.
But if there's one guy, just one guy
Who'd lay down his life for you and die,
I hate to say it, I hate to say it, but it's probably me.

When the world's gone crazy and it makes no sense
And there's only one voice that comes to your defense.
The jury's out and your eyes search the room
And one friendly face is all you need to see.
And if there's one guy, just one guy
Who'd lay down his life for you and die,
I hate to say it, I hate to say it, but it's probably me.

I hate to say it, I hate to say it, but it's probably me...


Track Listing


CD 1
  • 1 Wonderful Tonight
  • 2 Tears in Heaven
  • 3 Double Trouble (live)
  • 4 Layla (Unplugged)
  • 5 Pretty Girl
  • 6 Same Old Blues
  • 7 Running on Faith
  • 8 Rambling on My Mind
  • 9 Please Be With Me
  • 10 Knockin' on Heaven's Door
  • 11 Old Love
  • 12 It All Depends
  • 13 It's Probably Me