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Roger Whittaker – Early Morning Memories lyrics

Lying in my bed - dawns on my window.
Steeling the last moment of sleep.
Your love fills the room like a raw of sunlight shining.
Touching the very heart of me.

All these early morning memories of you,
Cling to my mind like the early morning due.
I think that I just lay here for a moment or two.
Holding close to me early morning memories of you.

Remembering your smile - soft blue eyes shinning.
The way they looked at me last night.
Echoes of the words "I love you" burn inside me,
Till you're back here by my side.

All these early morning memories of you,
Cling to my mind like the early morning due.
I think that I just lay here for a moment or two.
Holding close to me early morning memories of you.

All these early morning memories of you - of you.



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