"I'll Be Here In The Morning" as written by and Van Zandt....
There's no stronger wind than the one that blows
Down a lonesome railroad line
There's a prettier sight than looking back
On the town you left behind,
Nothing is as real as a love that's in your mind

Chorus:
Close your eyes, I'll be here in the morning
Close your eyes, I'll be here for a while

And the rivers and the mountains, and the valleys can't compare
With your blue-lit, flashing, dancing eyes
And your yellow shining hair
I'd never hit that open road, and leave you lying there

Chorus

Lay your head back easy easy, love, and dry your crying eyes
I'll be here in the morning when the sun is on the rise
I'll stay as long as the cuckoo wails
And the lonesome blue jay cries




Lyrics submitted by ButNeverOutgunned

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