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I'll Meet You in the Morning
Refrain  [1]  [2]  [3] 
Contemporary
Meet you in the morning, meet you in the morning,
How do you do how do you do
Sit down by the river, sit down by the river,
Rapture our auld acquaintance renew;
Know me in the morning, know me in the morning,
Smiles that I wear, smiles that I wear,
Meet you in the morning, meet you in the morning,
In the city that is built, foursquare.
I will meet you in the morning,
By the bright river-side,
When all sorrow has drifted away;
I'll be standing at the portals
When the gates open wide.
At the close of life's long, dreary day.
I will meet you in the morning,
In the sweet by and by,
And exchange the old cross for a crown;
There will be no disappointments
And nobody shall die,
In that land, when life's sun goeth down.
I will meet you in the morning,
At the end of the way,
On the streets of that city of gold;
Where we all can be together
And be happy for aye,
While the years and the ages shall roll.

I will meet you in the morning,
By the bright river-side,
When all sorrow has drifted away;
I'll be standing at the portals
When the gates open wide.
At the close of life's long, dreary day.

Refrain
Meet you in the morning, meet you in the morning,
How do you do how do you do
Sit down by the river, sit down by the river,
Rapture our auld acquaintance renew;
Know me in the morning, know me in the morning,
Smiles that I wear, smiles that I wear,
Meet you in the morning, meet you in the morning,
In the city that is built, foursquare.

I will meet you in the morning,
In the sweet by and by,
And exchange the old cross for a crown;
There will be no disappointments
And nobody shall die,
In that land, when life's sun goeth down.

I will meet you in the morning,
At the end of the way,
On the streets of that city of gold;
Where we all can be together
And be happy for aye,
While the years and the ages shall roll.

   
   Albert E. Brumley    
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