"(Walk Me Out in the ) Morning Dew" as written by and Bonnie/rose Dobson....
Walk me out in the mornin' dew my honey
Walk me out in the mornin' dew today
I can't walk you out in the mornin' dew my honey
I can't walk you out in the mornin' dew today

I thought I heard a baby cry this mornin'
I thought I heard a baby cry today
You didn't hear no baby cry this mornin'
You didn't hear no baby cry today

Where have all the people gone my honey?
Where have all the people gone today?
Well there's no need for you to be worryin' about all those people
You never see those people anyway

I thought I heard a young man moan this mornin'
I thought I heard a young man moan today
I thought I heard a young man moan this mornin'
I can't walk you out in the morning dew today

Walk me out in the mornin' dew my honey
Walk me out in the mornin' dew today
I'll walk you out in the mornin' dew my honey
I guess it doesn't matter anyway
Well I guess it doesn't matter anyway, no no
I guess it doesn't matter anyway


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"Morning Dew" as written by Tim Rose Bonnie Dobson

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    General CommentIt's about the aftermath of nuclear war.

    And this isn't a Dead song.
    FeyCheshiron December 26, 2012   Link
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    Song MeaningThis was written in about 1960 by Bonnie Dobson, who was a greenwich village folkie in New York....the song is about nuclear holocaust ("where have all the people gone")......Jerry, always the hipster, took it and gave it the grateful dead lilt!
    oreokookieon October 30, 2013   Link

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