3 pages | PDF | 675.2 KBCross Road Blues (Crossroads) by John Mayer and Robert Johnson is a classic blues song composed by Robert Johnson with words and music. The song has a total of 25 measures and is in the key of A major, with occasional passages in F♯ minor. It is a classic blues song with a syncopated rhythm and a driving beat coupled with lyrics about a man who meets the devil at the crossroads and makes a pact with him for eternal blues music success. The song explores themes of fate, destiny, and the struggle between good and evil. It was famously covered by Eric Clapton in 1970 and has since become a well-known standard of the blues genre.