"Haunted Skies"
Song by Adele
Adele Adkins, Paul Epworth
Paul Epworth

"Haunted Skies" is a song co-written by Adele and Paul Epworth that was originally intended for her sophomore album 21; however, it was cut from the album prior to its release.

It was believed that "Haunted Skies" could have been an early version of the Ryan Tedder-produced "Turning Tables," which featured the line, "Under haunted skies, I see you." However, being that Tedder was not credited as a writer on the track, it can be assumed that they are two separate songs.

"Haunted Skies" was originally placed as the album's sixth track, preceding "Rolling in the Deep."


  • EMI Blackwood Music, Inc.
  • Universal Songs of Polygram International, Inc.


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