Sit me down and make me sigh
Won't you tell me, sister, why it's true
That it all comes back for you

Sit me down and make me smile
Turn my teardrops for a while into
Another shade of blue

So I can carry on
Until the early morning
When I can say
I changed my mind

Sit me down and make me eat
Tell me sister, why your meat's so sweet
As your song is tender

Lie me down and make me sleep
Tell me why these poor eyes love to weep
Because I can't remember

But I can carry on
Until the early morning
When I can say
I changed my mind

Take my shoes, make me walk
Don't you know my feet, they're pretty soft
See, I'm a city boy

Tie me tight and watch me drown
And hang my picture from a post in town
That says "Missing since July"

So I can carry on
Until the early morning
When I can say
I changed my mind

Oh yes, I can carry on
Until the early morning
When I can say
I changed my mind

Sit me down, make me drink
Now I know why I so fear to blink
To prove I was not dreamin'

Whiskey red and coffee blue
California deja vu and you
And the last day I believed in

But I can carry on
Until the early morning
When I can say
I changed my mind

Yes, I can carry on
Until the early morning
When I can say
I changed my mind


Lyrics submitted by hellorockview_123

'Til the Early Morning song meanings
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