“I’ll Be Here In The Morning” conveys everyone to leave their worries behind. A country ballad that will remind everybody, no matter what you’re going through, that there is a sense of peace that will prevail in our hearts and minds. Furthermore, Don Williams the “Gentle Giant” outpoured his pure talent to this song which is one of the best country songs to ponder. The song can alter your worries.
There are times; we feel so lonely and hopeless. For no reason, silence embraces us, and we think, realize and meditate. Yes, we possess things we want. However, we still feel so empty inside. With this, we are longing for something to ease our worries. Also, we are looking for someone we can hold on to, throw our problems to, and listen to the doubts slowly killing us. But somehow, somewhat, this feeling of emptiness, will vanish.
Perhaps, the best way to wipe those uncertainties away is another person or someone who can genuinely understand and fill the desolation. “I’ll Be Here In The Morning” is an example of how “true love” can mend worries, doubts, and uncertainties. It’s merely between two people willing to take the downturns to protect and show love towards each other.
Townes Van Zandt is the person behind the words and lyrics of “I’ll Be Here In The Morning.” It was part of his album “Townes Van Zandt.” Moreover, the song was released in September 1969.
Nevertheless, it was Don Williams’ that became popular. Undoubtedly, when Don Williams borrows and records a song, he gives his all and gives justice to the song. “I’ll Be Here In The Morning” shows the heavens of his talent and voice.
There’s no stronger wind than the one that blows
Down a lonesome railroad line
No prettier sight than looking back
On a town, you left behind
There is nothin’ that’s as real
As a love that’s in my mind
Close your eyes
I’ll be here in the morning
Close your eyes
I’ll be here for a while
There are lots of things along the road
I’d surely like to see
I’d like to lean into the wind
And tell myself I’m free
But your softest whisper’s louder
Then the highways call to me
All the mountains and the rivers
And the valleys can’t compare
To your blue lit dancin’ eyes
And shining yellow hair
I could never hit the open road
And leave you layin’ there
Lay your head back easy, love,
Close your cryin’ eyes
I’ll be layin’ here beside you
When the sun comes on the rise
I’ll stay as long as the cuckoo wails
And the lonesome bluejay cries.
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