GOOD MORNING, MIDNIGHT

Good morning, midnight.
How are we today?
Will we be the same tomorrow
As we were yesterday?
If that's true,
The least you can do is help me lose this appetite.
Good morning, midnight.

Good morning, midnight.
Could that be the phone?
Sometimes I hear a wake-up call
When I feel the most alone.
Or sometimes
It's party lines or windswept pines as they sway and they sigh.
Good morning, midnight.

I know all your colors
And your many moods.
But they just grow duller
In our solitude.

Good morning, midnight.
So glad you could come
From the shadows that you live in
To this place I call home,
Where I'm numb.
I've become deaf and dumb to all delight.
Good morning, midnight.

Copyright 2004 NADJA MUSIC Lyrics: Reinaldo García
May 27, 1992 Zayante, CA
Music: Bill Minor (Based on a chord progression by Reinaldo Garcia)

GOOD MORNING, MIDNIGHT

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