Got You on My Mind
Bonnie Raitt Lyrics

By Joe Thomas & Howard Biggs
This is Eric Clapton's version

I've got you on my mind, I'm feeling kind of sad and low,
I've got you on my mind, feeling kind of sad and low.
I'm wondering where you are, wondering why yoiu had to go.

Tears begin to fall every time I hearr your name.
Tears begin to fall every time I hear your name.
And since you went away, nothing seems to be the same.

No matter how I try,
My heart just don't see why
I can't forget you.
If ever it shoud be
You want to come back to me,
You know I'd let you.

First Verse


First Verse

I'm wondering where you are, wondering why you had to go.
I'm wondering where you are, wondering why you had to go.

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Comments from YouTube:

William Nelson

This is a great great classic album by a great artist.

charles davenport

The most upbeat song on the album?

Jeff Bilby

Bonnie Raitt in the 1970's was all about featuring up and coming song writers to her blues based R & B, country-folk and rock base recordings which always highlighted her command of the slide guitar. Streetlights production featured Bonnie Raitt the vocalist......Songs like "Got you on my mind" are great examples of her beautiful voice and her interpretative skills putting on hold her sensual side which was her trade mark and so mesmerizing performing on the stage. Never pretentious and always real she was severely under rated during the 1970's but had a loyal falling all around the country and stubbornly at times, did things her way and chose her own material to cover... Know for working with many producers she put out allot of music during her 1970's phase although she strayed father away from the blues, she still incorporated soulful blues based singing in her rocking sets...Got you on my mind came off Streetlights which featured Angel from Montgomery, the John Prine classic and cover gems from Joni Mitchel and James Taylor. Jerry Ragovy production gave tire hard fans some pause, it contained enough memorable cuts to be considered this project a Raitt classic from this period.


Saw her a few years ago. She sounded great.

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