Early Morning

Album: Early Morning Onwards (1968)
  • Early morning,
    It's cold and the sun is white
    For I was born in
    The darkness before the light

    Of a new day
    A new way of living
    Of giving delight
    And if you pay
    Then you may be slipping
    Back into the night

    Then all knowing
    With words and with pen I write
    Of the growing
    Of things that are in my sight

    Early evening
    It's cold and the moon is bright
    And I believe in
    The darkness before the light
    Of a new day
    Writer/s: LES HOLROYD, JOHN LEES, MELVYN PRITCHARD, STUART J WOLSTENHOLME
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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