Who Sang Something's Wrong? James Taylor

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Credits
publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
writers: James Taylor, James V Taylor
release date: 1968-12-6
genres: Rock Folk, World, & Country
styles: Folk Rock/Soft Rock
length: 3:09
vocal: James Taylor
guitar: James Taylor
bass guitar: Louis Cennamo
Something's wrong, that restless feeling's
Been preying on your mind.
Road maps in a well-cracked ceiling,
The signs aren't hard to find.
Now I'm not saying that you've been mistreated,
No one's hurt you, nothing's wrong.
A moment's rest was all you needed,
So pack your things and kindly move along.

Like dust in the wind you're gone forever.
You're wind-blown leaves,
You're a change in the weather.
Just a town like any other,
A second brand new start.
A third or fourth hand, wife or lover, no,
You won't break her heart.
Take some bacon, go on and leave your watch chain,
She won't count on nothing more.
Wrap your hands around that small change and tiptoe barefoot out the door.

Yes, something's wrong, that restless feeling's been preying on my mind.
When things get bad I'm bound to pack my bags
And just leave them all behind.



Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Don’t Talk Now
  • 2 Something’s Wrong
  • 3 Knocking Round the Zoo
  • 4 Sunshine Sunshine
  • 5 Taking It In
  • 6 Something in the Way She Moves
  • 7 Carolina in My Mind
  • 8 Brighten Your Night With My Day
  • 9 Night Owl
  • 10 Rainy Day Man
  • 11 Circle Round the Sun
  • 12 Blues Is Just a Bad Dream

  • Album Information
    label: Apple Records
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin