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GOOD MORNING DEAR (Mickey Newbury) Mickey Newbury - 1968 Don Gibson - 1968 Don Cherry - 1968 Frank Ifield - 1968 Roy Orbison - 1969 Pat Boone - 1969 Deanna Marie - 1969 Tennessee Ernie Ford - 1969 Ray Charles - 1970 Wayne Newton - 1971 Also recorded by: Joey Martin Were the nights any sweeter The mornings any cooler when she was here Or was her mind grown accustomed To hearin' "Good morning, Dear" Should I still feel the sunshine Remembering brings to mind in my thoughts of her When, Lord, we both know things could never Be the way they were Her little girl confusion built walls of illusion Between right and wrong That stand there between her and a dream That I cherished too long All faded and tattered, once all that mattered When she was here And this mind grown accustomed To hearin' "Good morning, Dear" Were the nights any sweeter The mornings any cooler when she was here Or was her mind grown accustomed To hearin' "Good morning, Dear" Should I still feel the sunshine Remembering brings to mind in my thoughts of her Lord, we both know things could never Be the way they were (Transcribed by MEL PRIDDLE - October 2017)

    


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