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I Need You in the Morning


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I Need You in the Morning


Intro

I need you in my arms in the morning,
And to know that you feel the same way too,
I need to hear your footsteps in the hallway,
And I miss you ever since that day in June.

Chorus
I wait to hear the sound of
Your key in our front door,
And I start to go to meet you,
But you're not there anymore.

You were strong in all the ways that I wasn't,
And you always had a story you could tell,
People always liked to be around you
You always made them feel you knew them well.


Chorus
I wait to hear the sound of
Your key in our front door,
And I start to go to meet you,
But you're not there anymore.

I wait to hear the sound of
Your key in our front door,
And I start to go to meet you,
But you're not there anymore.

Guitar solo

You decided that life had more to offer,
And exciting adventures lay ahead,
You got on that old train one Sunday morning
And left me without a word being said.

Chorus
I wait to hear the sound of
Your key in our front door,
And I start to go to meet you,
But you're not there anymore.

I wait to hear the sound of
Your key in our front door,
And I start to go to meet you,
But you're not there anymore.

Anymore.














Lyric Credits: Reedy and Bailey
Music Credits: Reedy and Bailey
Producer Credits: Reedy and Bailey
Publisher Credits: Jim Reedy Music and Dragon of the ivy Publishing
Performance Credits: Bailey and Friends



Short Song Description:
A woman misses the man she loved and lived with.
Long Song Description:
A woman lived with a man she loved and he was a high energy type who commuted to his job every day in Manhattan. One day he got on the train and never came back. Eventually he called and said that it was just time for a change. She was devastated and found herself in a house she couldn't afford, faced with the prospect of having to find a place to live and move, all without his help.
Story Behind the Song:
I knew a woman who was living with a man who commuted by train to his job in New York. One day he got on the train and never came back.



Song Length: 3:40
Primary Genre: Blues-Modern
Secondary Genre: Blues-General
Tempo / Feel: Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal: Female Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Life
Subject Matter 2: Loneliness
Mood 1: Heartbreaking
Mood 2: Composed
Similar Artist 1: Norah Jones
Similar Artist 2: Patsy Cline
Language: English
Era: 2000 and later