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Written by Gerry Beckley, ©1977
Found on Harbor and Highway.

God of the sun
Don't make me wait till the morning comes
Light in the sky
Look me in the eye, eye, eye, eye

Don't, keep me waiting around
Too much longer now
Don't, don't keep me waiting around, around, around, around

When I called you from my river of darkness
An echo was all that came back
Saw you wave goodbye
Down the railroad track
Sometimes when you're out and all alone
And you can't find your way back
Wonder if you'll ever make it home

God of the sun
I'll be around till the day's begun
One sight of your ray
Takes the night away, away, away, away

Oh, but when I walk through that door
Take my hat and my coat off waiting for you to call
I tell you not right now, lady, I got work on my mind
And I'll talk to you soon
Always remember

When I called you from my river of darkness
An echo was all that came back
I saw you wave goodbye
Down the railroad track
Sometimes when you're out and all alone
And you can't find your way back
Wonder if we'll ever make it home
No more



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