We’re All the Way Lyrics - Eric Clapton

Eric Clapton Slowhand cover art
Release information
Writer(s): Donald R. Williams
Release Date: 1977
Genre: Rock Blues
Style: Acoustic/Soft Rock/Classic Rock/Pop Rock/Country Rock
length: 2:33
producer: Glyn Johns
bass guitar: Carl Radle
guitar: Eric Clapton
lead vocals: Eric Clapton
lyricist: Don Williams
composer: Don Williams
There's no cause to think that I won't stay;
Haven't I been with you all the way?
There's no time like now to make amends.
After all, we are more than friends.

[Chorus:]
This could be the time for you and me.
We could go wherever we should be.
So don't put words between us we shouldn't say,
And don't be acting halfway
When you know we're all the way.

There are times when I don't see the light.
I don't know if what I do is right.
But when I'm wrong, it's never meant for you,
So don't confuse my love with what I do.

[Chorus]

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Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Cocaine
  • 2 Wonderful Tonight
  • 3 Lay Down Sally
  • 4 Next Time You See Her
  • 5 We’re All the Way
  • 6 The Core
  • 7 May You Never
  • 8 Mean Old Frisco
  • 9 Peaches and Diesel