"Save One for the Morning" as written by and Chris Phillip Bathgate....
What’s that silvery sound?
A girl with a wounded gown
Clattering up my street
A silence in secrecy
All the tarnished, they humble me
And everything I found
Is just laid out
and yes I’ve learned to save one for the morning
Yes I’ve learned to take my bow
What’s wrong, what’s wrong baby?
It’s nothing now
You heed me like a warning instead of a morning now
Cause I’ve been an echo lately
And baby you are right there

So here’s a silvery sound
For those who’ve been known to drown
For those who know it well
So spread out your secrets for me
And pin them to my lapel
I thought that you might as well
and yes I’ve learned to save one for the morning
Yes I’ve learned to take my bow
What’s wrong, what’s wrong baby?
It’s nothing now
You heed me like a warning instead of a morning now
Cause I’ve been an echo lately
And baby you are right there


Lyrics submitted by upthepunks

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