"Talk It over in the Morning" as written by Paul H. Williams and Roger S. Nichols....
I disappointed you
By sayin' things I never meant to say
Now after all this time
You say you wanna throw our love away

Let's pack our troubles off to bed
Forget those awful things we said
We'll try to sleep instead
We can talk it over in the mornin'

Without you by my side
The sun might never rise
Butterflies and bees might give up flyin'

Without your lovin' touch
The world won't be the same
All the birds that sing
Might end up cryin'

I think I've seen the light
Adn baby I admit that I was wrong
You know what's best for me
Your lovin' has a way that makes me strong

That kind of magic can't be taught
This kind of lovin' can't be bought
Just save the dream and babe, we ought to
Talk it over in the morning

Without you by my side
The sun might fail to rise
Butterflies and bees might give up flyin'

Without your lovin' touch
The world won't be the same
All the birds that sing
Might end up cryin'

Without you by my side
The sun might fail to rise
Butterflies and bees might give up flyin'

Without your lovin' touch
The world won't be the same
All the birds that sing
Might end up cryin'


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"Talk It over in the Morning" as written by Roger S. Nichols Paul H. Williams

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    General CommentAlthough I am pretty sure a man wrote this song, Anne Murray wears it well. It's a classic "don't leave me baby, I'm sorry" tune, written post-argument, pre-bed, where the man (Anne's narrator) has realized he pushed the woman too far and now the woman wants out of the relationship.

    The male narrator disingenuously begins using nature as an allegory, pleading the woman to stay, warning her that if she leaves him, the world will spin awry.

    Funny, seems he should have thought about that before saying the words that hurt her. Also, notice how he is the one who initially said the cruel words ending this relationship - but once he starts pleading for the woman to stay, they "both" apparently said some. If you've ever been in an abusive relationship, you'll recognize these lyrics. Stay away from anyone who tells you them in prose.

    I just dumped a guy who tried these lyrics on me.
    heatherferon April 08, 2013   Link

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