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(macauley/potger)Tossing and turning last night I was burningFor you my loveI couldn’t sleep or face one more night on my ownSomehow the wind and the rain seem to call out my nameIn the still of nightThe sound that I heard was your voiceAnd the words, oh I knewYou called me angel eyesChild of the morningYou and I will soon be togetherMy darlingAngel eyes, I’ll be beside youThrough the night you called me your angel eyesClosing my eyes I could still visualizeAll those golden daysIn letters you write you promise we’ll share them againOh darling nevertheless still I have to confessThat last night I criedWhen a voice in the rain softly called out againI’ll be homeDon’t cry my angel eyesChild of the morningYou and I will soon be togetherMy darlingAngel eyes, I’ll be beside youThrough the night you called me your angel eyesAngel eyes, child of the morningYour angel eyes



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