Sun warm on my face, I hear you
Down below movin' slow
And it's morning

Take my time this morning, no hurry
To learn to kill and take the will
From unknown faces

Today was the day for action
Leave my bed to kill instead
Why should it happen?

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Draft Morning Lyrics as written by Chris Hillman Dp

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    General Commenta brilliantly crafted anti war message using a slow lulling atmosphere to convey the peace and contentment of a young man lying in bed on a beautiful morning.

    But the world has business ready for him and he has his card to an appointment with the army. His number has been drawn

    The mid section herald by trumpet and snare is his contemplation of what they want him to do.

    But he decides "no!" and stays in his bed.

    I agree it is underated and left of the Byrds compilation but we can celebrate it and own it

    war IS over if you want it.
    Kiwimartinon August 02, 2013   Link

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