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The Morning After lyrics and chords

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The Morning After
Recorded by Jerry Wallace
Written by Jean Chapel

C G7
Distant echoes of sounds of laughter
Memories throwing stones to break the dawn
Are the waking sounds of the morning after
The morning after love has gone

The morning after losing everything
G7 C
Makes this world an unfamiliar place

So I won't even hear the robin sing
G7 C
I reach and pull your pillow across my face

Repeat #1

The morning after telling you goodbye
G7 C
Leaves me with no kind of love to give

I would have to feel better to cry
G7 C
You have really hit me where I live

Repeat #1

The morning after trusting loving so
G7 C
That I was much to in love to see

Since you left with my best friend I know
G7 C
Just how friendly friends can get to be

Repeat #1

G7 C
The morning after love has gone


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