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Morning Till Dawn

it’s a dark distant hour you’ve come a long way
and this is no time to be up on your feet
but there’s no place that’s hidden that isn’t forbidden
and no one allows for a bed on the street

keepin’ late hours, walkin’ the streets
New York till sunset, morning till dawn

to get there was easy, the highway was clear
the sign told you welcome the water is free
so now you just wait for the snow to melt
and the man to come to present you with the key

keepin’ late hours, walkin’ the streets
New York till sunset, morning till dawn

you feel in your pocket and the feeling is bad
the money you had is all gone and all spent
and the people you knew who said to come by
who really knows where they all went

keepin’ late hours, walkin’ the streets
New York till sunset, morning till dawn

so you walk and you wonder has there been a mistake
maybe they don’t know that you’re here
then you see the old timers, the day to day miners
and you know it’s just like that all through the year

keepin’ late hours, walkin’ the streets
New York till sunset, morning till dawn

do you think about leavin’ do you wish you could go
does it cross your mind you should never have come
you soon understand you must leave as you are
and you’ll just have to walk ‘cause its too far to run