"Early in the Morning" as written by and Barry/weil Mann....
Early in the morning I can't get right
I had a little date with my baby last night

I said, early in the morning (early in the morning)
I know it's early in the morning (early in the morning)
Early in the morning (yeah)
And I ain't got nothin' but the blues (blues)

I went to the places where we used to go
I went to her house and she don't live there no more

I said, early in the morning (early in the morning)
I know it's early in the morning (early in the morning)
Early in the morning (yeah)
And I ain't got nothin' but the blues (blues)

I went to a girlfriend's house and she was out
I knocked on her father's door and he began to shout

I said early in the morning (early in the morning)
I know it's early in the morning (early in the morning)
Early in the morning (yeah)
And I ain't got nothin' but the blues (blues)

(yeah)
(early in the morning)
(early in the morning)
(early in the morning)
(yeah)
(blues)

I went to Bob Evans to get me something to eat (yeah)
The waitress looked at me said, "Buddy, you sure look beat" (yeah)

I said early in the morning (early in the morning)
I know it's early in the morning (early in the morning)
Early in the morning (yeah)
And I ain't got nothin' but the blues (blues)

I had a lot of money when I started out (yeah)
I can't find my baby, you know my money run out (yeah)

I said early in the morning (early in the morning)
I know it's early in the morning (early in the morning)
Early in the morning (yeah)
And I ain't got nothin' but the blues (blues)

Early in the morning (yeah)
And I ain't got nothin' but the blues (blues)


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"Early in the Morning" as written by Mike Leander Eddie Seago

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