The Morning Roger Creager
Words and music by Roger Creager
Charted by Jerrod Hicks
[E]It's 7:3[A]0 in the m[E]orning. And I'm w[E]aking to face the
[A]You're lying n[B]ext to me and y[C#m]ou're waking t[A]oo 'Cause
you kn[E]ow I'll soon be [B]on my wa[E]y
(Repeat progression for all verses)
Oh to me you still look just as pretty in the morning
no make-up and hair
As you do in tthe evening the moon shining down in
that sexy red dress that you wear.
Oh the factory they don't treat me like you do. They
don't care about how I smile
But if the pickup still runs at the end of the day,
I'll be home in a while.
So baby pour me another cup of coffee and kiss me and
hold me once more
Look in my eyes, I'll take that moment with me and
I'll remember what I'm working for.
I [F#m]hope that my f[A]riends have these [E]moments
I [F#m]hope that they g[A]et it someh[E]ow
I h[F#m]ope that they look at their w[A]ives in the morning
The s[F#m]ame way I'm [A]seeing you n[B]ow.
It's 7:30 in the morning. And I'm waking to face the
You're lying next to me and you're waking too 'cause
you know I'll soon be on my way
(Use the same progression as the verse)
In a moment we can go wake the children. But for now,
let's just watch them sleep
We can take in these times someday we'll call
timeless. We'll remember these you and me dreams.
The day has a way of sneaking in. It breaks through
the window without warning
Oh but be alarmed and don't worry darling. Just enjoy
(Same progression as verse 2X)