The Morning After Song Lyrics and Chords

Jerry Wallace "The Morning After"

 

The Morning After Song Lyrics and Chords by Jerry Wallace

 

The Morning After
Recorded by Jerry Wallace
Written by Jean Chapel
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Distant echoes of sounds of laugh
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Memories throwing stones to break the  
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dawn
 
Are the waking sounds of the morning  
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The morning after love has  
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The morning after losing everything

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Makes this world an unfamiliar  
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place

So I won’t even hear the robin sing

 
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reach and pull your pillow across my  
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face
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The morning after telling you goodbye

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Leaves me with no kind of love to  
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I would have to feel better to cry
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You have really hit me where I  
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live
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The morning after trusting loving so
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That I was much to in love to  
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see
Since you left with my best friend I know
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Just how friendly friends can get to  
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The morning after love has  
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gone

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song The Morning After?
– The song The Morning After was sang by Jerry Wallace.

 

Who is Jerry Wallace?
– Jerry Wallace (December 15, 1928 – May 5, 2008) was an American country and pop singer. Between 1958 and 1964, Wallace charted nine hits on the Billboard Hot 100, including the No. 8 “Primrose Lane” that was later used as the theme song for the television series The Smith Family. He made his debut on the country music charts in 1965, entering it thirty-five times between then and 1980. In that timespan, Wallace charted within the country Top Ten four times. His only number one song was “If You Leave Me Tonight I’ll Cry,” a song which gained popularity after it was used in an episode of the 1970s TV series Night Gallery. Jerry Wallaceâ€s long time Manager was Ron Blackwood.

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