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Black Sabbath - Cover Front

Warning is the seventh and final track from Black Sabbath's self-titled debut album.

It includes a complete jam session in the middle of the song right until the end. It is merged with "Sleeping Village" on the North American version of the album.

About

Originally released by The Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation in 1967.

Lyrics

Now, the first day that I met ya I was looking in the sky
When the sun turned all a blur and the thunderclouds rolled by
The sea began to shiver and the wind began to moan
It must've been a sign for me to leave you well alone

I was born without you, baby
But my feelings were a little bit too strong

You never said you love me and I don't believe you can
'Cause I saw you in a dream and you were with another man
You looked so cool and casual and I tried to look the same
But now I've got to love ya, tell me who have I to blame?

I was born without you, baby
But my feelings were a little bit too strong

Now, the whole wide world is movin' 'cause there's iron in my heart
I just can't keep from cryin' 'cause you say we've got to part
Sorrow grips my voice as I stand here all alone
And watch you slowly take away, a love I've never known

I was born without you, baby
But my feelings were a little bit too strong
Just a little bit too strong

Now, the whole wide world is movin' 'cause there's iron in my heart
I just can't keep from cryin' 'cause you say we've got to part
Sorrow grips my voice as I stand here all alone
And watch you slowly take away, a love I've never known

I was born without you, baby
But my feelings were a little bit too strong
Just a little bit too strong

References


Black Sabbath
Black SabbathThe WizardBehind the Wall of SleepN.I.B.Evil WomanSleeping VillageWarningWicked World
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