"Morning Comes" as written by Ian Christian Holljes and Eric Richard Holljes....
Oh, oh. I found a good woman, I found a job that pays.
The tide comes in, I watch it all wash away.
But I'm keeping it steady, that's just how I was raised
Head held up, walking tall into each broken wave

And this heart grows tired
I found a good woman
I found a job that pays
The tide comes in, I watch it all wash away
But I’m keeping it steady, that’s just how I was raised
Head held up walking tall into each breaking wave

'Cause the devil’s in the details and he’s taking his toll
Sending good men down the foot trails of some lost lonely souls

And I say oh, oh
Rain don’t change the sun
Jealous is the night when the morning comes
But it always comes

So I’m working the graveyard, I don’t sleep till it’s light
Ain’t calling in favors, I can’t swallow my pride
And the bank’s on a mission, they want to read me my rights
But they ever show up around here, they’re going to be in for a fight

'Cause the devil’s in my hometown and I ain’t telling him no
'Cause it’s my family, it’s my love now, that I’m scared to let go

And I say oh, oh
Rain don’t change the sun
Jealous is the night when the morning comes
But it always comes

Followed the track of my needle
Tried to be good to my people
So why’s there no peace?
No break no relief

Can I be blamed if I’m angry?
Can I be saved if I’m barely clinging to hope?
I’m clinging to hope

When I say oh, oh
Rain don’t change the sun
Jealous is the night when the morning comes
But it always comes

It always rains down on us
And like an old dog lying by a new gravestone
It’s still our home
It’s still our home

So if you ever feel like you are alone
After the night
The morning comes


Lyrics submitted by lunarbell

"Morning Comes" as written by Ian Christian Holljes Eric Richard Holljes

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