Turn! Turn! Turn! is the second album by the folk rock band the Byrds and was released in December 1965 on Columbia Records (see 1965 in music). Like its predecessor, Mr. Tambourine Man, the album epitomized the folk rock genre and continued the band's successful mix of vocal harmony and jangly twelve-string Rickenbacker guitar.
Album Color of Nothing. Everywhere you turn Everywhere you go Lessons to be learned. All your twists and turns Are you paying attention? Are you just the passenger? I’m feeling weak In a sudden swing of emotion Maybe I, I’m feeling weak. Everywhere you turn Lessons to be be learned Everywhere you go It seems so easy Yet oh so difficult At the same time. Everywhere you turn Lessons to be learned I’m feeling weak When will we we learn
This song is by Intruder and appears on the album Live To Die (1987). Come with me and you will see the secrets of the pastFind the key and you will be the one to make it lastDo not fear, wipe that tear, you can end the hateCome on know, I know how, I hope it's not to late. Twisting time until it turns backward through the yearsYou might never understand, don't give into your fearsChanging things that never were, the future is at stakeWill you pass the final run or will you be too late.
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- Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, Harmonica – Dirk Stellamans
- Bass Guitar – Eric Seynaeve
- Drums, Vocals – Franky "Bonzo" Debruyne
- Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar – Roger Borret
- Producer – Herwig Duchateau
- Rhythm Guitar, Vocals – Freddy Desplentere
- Written-By, Keyboards, Piano – Jan Dedeyne