"In the Morning" as written by and Keaton Leslie Henson....
Empty pack of cigarettes by the bed.
You woke up and looked at me and you said:
"Keaton, is it morning yet?"
"No, we have a couple hours left;
and god knows what'll happen then."

There may be questions in your head,
as a new day is dawning,
like 'what things for us lie ahead,'
but woman, I will see you in the morning,
and woman, I will see you in the morning.

And I know every mark on your hand.
Perhaps you'd like me more if I was still in a band,
but you know the crowds unsettle me.
These days I don't play for free.
Baby, please don't look at me,
like that.

There may be questions in your head,
as a new day is dawning,
like 'what things for us lie ahead,'
and woman, I will see you in the morning.
Oh woman, I will see you in the morning.
Oh woman, I will see you in the morning.
Morning.


Lyrics submitted by vice, edited by Mellow_Harsher, Teun

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    My InterpretationThis song, oh this song. Keaton never ceases to amaze me with the poetic essence of each and every one of his songs.

    I truly feel that the message in this song is centered around being in the present, even if you know that tomorrow could bring separation.
    Lespaulsmithon September 12, 2013   Link

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