"King of Morning, Queen of Day" as written by Eamon John Carr, Barry Devlin, John Martin Richard Fean, Charles Leslie O'connor and James Francis Lockhart....
With your face to the wind
You're beginning to think of a new life,
And you pull tight your cloak 'round your throat
And the wind seems to sing,
Though we're both on the run from a place in the sun and it's raining,
And there's strangers and dangers and darkness
We're still going to win.
So don't you cry, don't you fear,
Wipe away each lonely tear.

If I were king of morning and you were queen of day,
We'd love all summer long together,
Love would find a way.
If I were king of evening and you were queen of night,
We'd pass the time in pleasure,
We'd love until the morning light.
If I were king of pleasure and you were queen of pain
You would love me.

As the rain starts to fall, I recall how it was
In the good times,
When the sun seemed to shine
And the wine was a gift from above,
But I know that the day's on the way
And it's bringing the sunshine,
So sing me a song, make it long,
Make it all about love.


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"King of Morning, Queen of Day" as written by Charles Leslie O'connor Barry Devlin

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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