Morning Song letra

The Lumineers

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Morning Song lyrics

The carbonation in my drink
The bubbles rise while my heart sinks
And all I tend to do is think of you

Was it easier to pack your bags
And book that flight to Paris
As the plane began to move that afternoon

And when all the trains have pulled away
From local stations in decay
It's I who waits, it's you who's late again

And did you think of me when you made love
To him, was it the same as us
Or was it different, it must have been

And all the pretty dames
They'll hug and kiss you all the same
And when they go, they're gone
They're not running late
Oh all, all the pretty dames

And the kids you hold in your arms
With promises to protect them from harm
But they grow, and they go
And you're all alone

All the kids, all the kids that you hold
And it's a shame that it ends this way
With nothing left to say
So just sit on your hands, while I walk away

It's a shame, it's a shame, it's a shame
When my hands begin to shake
When bitterness is all I taste
And my car won't stop
'Cause I cut the brakes
I hold on to a hope in my fate

Oh oh ah ah hey hey
May you return to love one day
Well I hope and I pray
You get what you gave
Oh oh ah ah hey hey

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Morning Song is a song interpreted by The Lumineers