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Mother Earth

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

Rhodes

Up every morning at five while it's still dark out
Wipe the sleep from my eyes and then I walk out
The morning mist still lingers on the grass
Just one last kiss before the night has passed.

The sun begins to rise a golden yellow
Lighting up the sky through field and meadow
The world's still turning going round and round
The crops are growing turning golden brown.

Mother Earth, God bless you
May the Lord protect and keep you.

The wind will stir the trees, I'll watch them swaying
A cold refreshing breeze like children playing
Daybreak to sunset I will watch the sky
From a cold December to a warm July.

Mother Earth, God bless you
May the Lord protect and keep you.

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