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Patty Loveless – Some Morning Soon lyrics

Some morning soon
Patty Loveless (1990) [3'35]

Written by: Claire Lynch/Larry Lynch

The wind is cold,
I walk alone
My head is hanging low
The friend I find* within myself
Is the only one I know

The blossoms of the dogwood tree
Have fallen all away
And like our love they lay to rest
Beneath the red, red clay

Some morning soon before the dawn
I'll wake to find you gone
I'm learning how to lose you now
And how to carry on

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Your love, your love has known no* fear*
Your heart can feel no pain
I know, I know you'll soon be gone
To ride that midnight train

Some morning soon before the dawn
I'll wake to find* you gone
I'm learning how to lose* you now
And how to carry on

I'm learning how to lose* you now
And how to carry on.



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