"Misty Morning" as written by and Dean Ivanhoe Fraser....
Misty mornin', don't see no sun
I know you're out there somewhere having fun
There is one mystery, yeah
I just can't express
To give your more, to receive your less
One of my good friend said, in a reggae riddim
Don't jump in the water, if you can't swim
The power of philosophy, yeah, floats through my head
Light like a feather, heavy as lead
Light like a feather, heavy as lead, yeah

See no sun
Oh
Time has come, I want you
I want you to straighten out my tomorrow
Uh
I want, I want, I want you (tomorrow)
Oh, woah
I want you to straighten out my tomorrow

Misty (morning) mornin', don't see no sun
I know you're out there somewhere having fun
Mysteries I just can't express
How can you ever give your more to receive your less?
Like my good friend said, in a reggae riddim
You can't jump, you can't jump in the water, if you can't swim

I want you (I want you) I want you to straighten out my today
My tomorrow, my, my, my, my, my
(I want you to straighten out my tomorrow)
On a misty morning, uh (I want you to straighten out my tomorrow) straighten out my tomorrow, my tomorrow
Need some straightenin' out
(I want you to straighten out my tomorrow)
Mist
(I want) mist (you to straighten out my tomorrow)
Misty, oh (I want you to straighten out my tomorrow)


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"Misty Morning" as written by Bob Marley

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