"Lawd, You Made the Night Too Long [Alternate Take B]" as written by and Sam M. Lewis Victor Young....
You made the rivers flow, the flowers grow.
You made the weak and the strong.
But, Lord, you made the night too long.

You made the robin sing a song of spring,
And me you gave a lovely song.
Oh, Lord, that's why this night's so long.

I've got a heart and I've got a cabin.
The door is open wide.
What good's a heart and what good's a cabin
If nobody lives inside.

You made the mountain high, the earth, the sky,
So who am I to say you're wrong?
But Lord, you made the night too long.

You gave me arms, but they're empty.
You gave me hope. It's empty too.
I'm singin' hallelujah, hallelujah to you.
Believin' in you, believin' in you.

It's not my fault my heart keeps cryin'.
Lord, you made the night too long.


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"Lawd, You Made The Night Too Long" as written by Victor Young Sam M. Lewis

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