Turn the Page" is a song originally released by Bob Seger in 1973 on his Back in '72 album. Though never released as a single, Seger's live version of the song on the 1976 Live Bullet album became a mainstay of album-oriented rock radio stations, and still gets significant airplay to this day on classic rock stations. Turn the Page" is about the emotional and social ups and downs of a rock musician's life on the road. Seger wrote it in 1972 while touring with Teegarden & Van Winkle.
Turn The Page is the fourth track on Disc 1 from 1998's album Garage, Inc. It was written by Bob Seger and has a length of 6:06. This song was originally released by Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band on the Back in '72 album. Metallica version was recorded in Sep-Oct 1998, at The Plant Studios in Sausalito, CA. Turn The Page was also released by Metallica on a self-titled single.
Album Everything That Got Us Here. Turn The Page Lyrics. Just sit back, just sit back and release all the pain Let it go Le t them go, those thoughts of self disdain Just sit back, just sit back and release all the pain Every inch that sinks in those feelings go away They say I’m beautiful They say I’m young and free But it's so hard to see when. You're too young to have felt that way The chance to make it better is the chance you threw away This went too far in the wrong way Instead of tearing out the page you set the whole book ablaze I hate this, I hate them I want it to end The voices in my head pretend that they’re my friend. They promised they promised a light at the end But I push deeper and into the darkness I descend We never wanted you to go. Did we ever love properly? Could this really be happening?
Lyrics to "Turn The Page" song by Metallica: On a long and lonesome highway east of Omaha You can listen to the engines moanin' out its one note. Turn The Page" (originally by Bob Seger). On a long and lonesome highway east of Omaha You can listen to the engines moanin' out its one note song You can think about the woman or the girl you knew the night before. But your thoughts will soon be wandering the way they always do When you riding sixteen hours there's nothing much to do And you don't feel much like ridin', you just wish the trip was through. Here I am, on the road again There I am, up on the stage Here I go, playin' star again There I go, turn the page. This song was the first single from the album and it reached number one on the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. When Lars Ulrich heard the original song he thought it "had James Hetfield all over it".
On a long and lonesome highway east of Omaha You can listen to the engines moanin' out his one note song You'd think about the woman or the girl you knew the night before. But your thoughts will soon be wanderin' the way they always do When you're ridin' sixteen hours there's nothin' much to do And you don't feel much like ridin', you just wish the trip was through. Here I am On the road again There I am Up on the stage There I go Playin' star again There I go Turn the page. Now here I am On the road again There I am Up on the stage Here I go Playin' star again There I go Turn the page. Out there in the spotlight, you're a million miles away Every ounce of energy, you try to give away As the sweat pours out your body, like the music that you play.
Turn The Page is found on the album Back in '72. Found on more albums: Live Bullet. Bob Seger – Turn The Page. Here I am On the road again There I am Up on the stage Here I go, playin star again There I go,turn the page. Well you walk into a restaurant, strung out from the road And you feel the eyes upon you as you're shakin' off the cold You pretend it doesn't bother you but you just want to explode. Most times you can't hear 'em talk, other times you can All the same old cliches, "Is that a woman or a man?" And you always seem outnumbered, you don't dare make a stand.
Turn the Page (album). Turn the Page (Bobby Valentino song). Turn the Page (Bob Seger song). Turn the Page (album). Turn the Page is an album by Waylon Jennings, released on RCA Records in 1985. Jennings recorded the album at a time when he was completely drug-free; this had not occurred in his career for about twenty years. In April 1984, Jennings rented a house in Arizona for himself, his wife Jessi Colter, and young son Shooter, and quit cocaine cold turkey, although he did not intend to quit for good.
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