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Barry Manilow – Leaving In The Morning lyrics

I tried to tell you there's trouble on the way
I lost the feeling that I once had
But when I held you there was nothing I could say
I couldn't bear to see you hurt so bad

So I'll be leaving in the morning
Wishing that I could stay
And though I'll miss you every morning
It's the only way

So I'll be leaving in the morning
But how can I tell you why
I never gave you any warning
And now I don't know how to say goodbye

I tried to tell you there was something that I missed
Something I couldn't dare to find with you
But I was blinded by your love each time we kissed
Afraid I'd never find a love so true

So I'll be leaving in the morning
But how can I tell you why
I never gave you any warning
And now I don't know how to say goodbye

I waited too long but now I see
It's no good for you, it's no good for me
You can't see it now, but one day you'll know
I just had to go, oh, oh, oh, oh

So I'll be leaving in the morning
Wishing that I could stay
And though I'll miss you every morning
It's the only way

So I'll be leaving in the morning
But how can I tell you why
I never gave you any warning



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