Seventh Son
Willie Mabon Lyrics


Well now everybody cryin' 'bout the seventh son
But in the whole round world there is only one, and
I'm the one, yes, I'm the one
I'm the one, I'm the one,
I'm the one they call the seventh son

Well I can tell your future before it comes to pass
And I can do things for you that make your heart feel glad
Look at the skies and predict the rain
I can tell when a woman's got another man
I'm the one, yes, I'm the one
I'm the one, I'm the one,
I'm the one they call the seventh son

Now I can hold you close and I can squeeze you tight
And I can make you cry for me both day and night
And I can heal the sick and even raise the dead
And make you little girls talk out of your head
I'm the one, yes, I'm the one
I'm the one, I'm the one,
I'm the one they call the seventh son

Now I can talk these words that sound so sweet
I can make your little heart even skip a beat
I can take you, baby, hold you in my arms
And make the flesh quiver on your lovely bones
I'm the one, yes, I'm the one
I'm the one, I'm the one,
I'm the one they call the seventh son

Well now everybody cryin' 'bout the seventh son
But in the whole round world there is only one, and
I'm the one, yes, I'm the one
I'm the one, I'm the one,
I'm the one they call the seventh son
I'm the one they call the seventh son
I'm the one they call the seventh son

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: HENRY GLOVER, MORRIS LEVY, IVERSON MINTER

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Tupper Lienke

This is a great recording and a great song! This is the first Willie Mabon record I've heard and what a great way to start with this soulful singing and piano playing!

Brian Bogosian

"Willie Dixon was a Chicago blues artist, perhaps best known for his songwriting.[1] He wrote or co-wrote over 500 songs[2] and his work has been recorded by some of the best-known blues musicians of his era, including Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, and Little Walter.[3][4] Later, some of his songs were popularized by rock groups, such as the Rolling Stones, Cream, and Led Zeppelin." Wiki - & The Doors

G.R, Dray

Excellent. The Climax Blues Band did this song real good.

George Neidorf

The drummer is so deep in the pocket, he's almost in yesterday.

Rob Corbit Jr

Way cool Man dig it!!

Ramona Rael

Dig this version soulful

Harry Chapman

This is the real deal!

RAMLIA1

❤️❤️❤️

Barry Thomas

So THIS is where Johnny Rivers got this song!

George Neidorf

Or from Mose Allison.

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