Don Williams – I’ll Be Here In The Morning lyrics

There’s no stronger wind than the one that blows
Down a lonesome railroad line.
No prettier sight than the lookin’ back on a town you’ve left behind.
There’s nothin’ that’s as real, as a love that’s in my mind.
Close your eyes I’ll be here in the mornin’,
Close your eyes I’ll be here for awhile.

There’s a lot of things along the road I’d surely like to see,
I’d like to lean into the wind and tell myself I’m free.
But your softness whispers louder than the highway’s call to me.
Close your eyes I’ll be here in the mornin’,
Close your eyes I’ll be here for awhile.

All the mountains and the rivers and the valleys can’t compare
To your blue-lit dancin’ eyes, and yellow shinin’ hair
I could never hit the open road and leave you lyin’ there
Close your eyes I’ll be here in the mornin’,
Close your eyes I’ll be here for awhile.

Lay your head back easy love, and close your cryin’ eyes.
I’ll be layin’ here beside you, when the sun comes on the rise.
I’ll stay as long as the cuckoo wails, as a lonesome blue tick cries.
Close your eyes I’ll be here in the mornin’,
Close your eyes I’ll be here for awhile.

Close your eyes I’ll be here in the mornin’,
Close your eyes I’ll be here for awhile.

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