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Missing You

This song is by Emitt Rhodes and appears on the album The American Dream (1970).

I wake and search my room, I know I'm missing you
The morning floor's so cold it hurts my feet I huddle near the heat
No smell of sweet perfume, no voice to listen to
I slowly dress and when the act's complete I make it to the street.

And there I'm missing you more than ever
Didn't mother warn me there'd be days like this?
When I'm missing you, missing you like I do.

And through the morning haze my cigarette displays
A smoky film that slowly turns to green, I catch the city scene
The organ grinder plays a funny serenade
The monkey tips his hat and looks at me, I'd like to set him free.

But I'm still missing you, more than ever
Didn't mother warn me there'd be days like this
When I'm missing you, missing you like I do.

The night begins again, I can't remember when
I've hurt so bad and felt so sick inside, I'd like to run and hide.

'Cause I'm still missing you, more than ever
Didn't mother warn me there'd be days like this?
When I'm missing you, more than ever
Didn't mother warn me there'd be days like this?
When I'm missing you, missing you
Didn't mother warn me there'd be days like this?
When I'm missing you, missing you ...

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