"Morning Dew" as written by Mack David and George Wallington....
(Bonnie Dobson and Tim Rose)
Walk me out in the morning dew, my honey.
Please walk me out in the morning dew, sometime.
Can't walk you out in no morning dew. I'm sorry, I'm sorry.
Can't walk you out in no morning dew.
Thought I heard a young man cryin'.
Thought I heard a young man cryin' today.

You didn't hear no young man cryin'.
You did not hear no young man cryin'.
Thought I heard a young girl cryin'.
Thought I heard a young girl cryin'.
You, you did not hear no young girl cryin'.

I'm sorry but you know it is (true)
You did not hear no young man cryin'.
Now there is no more morning dew.
Now there is no more morning dew.

What they've been saying all these god-darn' years has come true,
I knew it would too.
Now there's no more morning dew.
Now there is no more morning dew, at all, oh.
Now there is no more morning dew.

Because, because, because,
What they've been saying all these years has come true,
You know, and only you know,
That there's no more morning dew.
Now, now there is no more morning dew.
People, you know that there's no more morning dew.

Because, because,
What they've been saying all these years has come true,
It had to happen.
You know, that there's no more morning dew.


Lyrics submitted by annazoff

"Morning Dew" as written by Tim Rose Bonnie Dobson

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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