Music: Another day, another song. All for You – Sister Hazel

Posted By on October 8, 2015

SisterHazelRunAroundLiveThe warm autumn weather has me traveling this week in my ‘82 Mercedes Benz 300D Turbodiesel as the temperatures and humidity are perfect for windows down driving. With this car comes the option of connecting my iPhone to the car radio by bluetooth and streaming Pandora or a few of the songs I have on my phone. Along with yesterday’s 1990’s Blues Traveler tune Run-Around, today’s is All for You by Sister Hazel, also from the 90s. I like it … who knew??? 

All For You | Sister Hazel – 1994

Sister Hazel – All For You Lyrics

Finally I figured out
But it took a long, long time
But now there’s a turnabout
Maybe ’cause I’m trying
There’s been times, I’m so confused
All my roads, They lead to you
I just can’t turn and walk away
It’s hard to say what it is I see in you
Wonder if I’ll always be with you
But words can’t say, And I can’t do
Enough to prove,
It’s all for you
I thought I’d seen it all
‘Cause it’s been a long, long time
But then we’ll trip and fall
Wondering if I’m blind
There’s been times, I’m so confused
All my roads, They lead to you
I just can’t turn and walk away
It’s hard to say what it is I see in you
Wonder if I’ll always be with you
But words can’t say, And I can’t do
Enough to prove,
It’s all for you
Rain comes pouring down
Falling from blue skies
Words without a sound
Coming from your eyes
Finally I figured out
But it took a long, long time
But now there’s a turnabout
Maybe cause I’m trying
There’s been times, I’m so confused
All my roads, They lead to you
I just can’t turn and walk away
It’s hard to say what it is I see in you
Wonder if I’ll always be with you
But words can’t say, And I can’t do
Enough to prove,
It’s all for you
It’s hard to say what it is I see in you
Wonder if I’ll always be with you
But words can’t say, And I can’t do
Enough to prove,
It’s all for you
It’s hard to say
It’s hard to say
It’s all for you

see LyricsFreak

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