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Saturday Morning Lyrics

Artist: Harry Chapin
Album: Greatest Stories Live

Saturday morning,
And it's growing light
I look out my window,
And remember the night
A story is starting,
And this story ends.
And I feel like I need you again....

Time used to move softly
When I was at home
It went on without me
And left me alone
Now it sits at my shoulder
And claws at my pen
And I feel like I need you again....

Chorus:
Ooooohhhh......
A song needs a reason and rhyme
Ooooohhhh.....
My love needs a little more time.

Well I recall September,
The leaves turnin' brown
Remember October,
Left leaves on the ground.
And here's come December,
Like an elderly friend.
And I feel like I need you again....

Chorus

My love needs a little more time.......
Comments/Interpretations
by Helena on 6/25/2008 12:06pm
Love this song!!
by Junior/ Nampa/Idaho on 3/26/2010 3:02pm
I never heard of H.C. until this past weekend and I express words like he did. To speak of love in the way that Harry did it makes you believe that such thing does exist.
by judy on 6/8/2010 11:35am
is there another perhaps live version with a line to the effect of, i lose sight of thee?
by Nick on 8/2/2013 11:53pm
I've heard recordings of studio and live performances, and no, I've not heard one with 'lose sight of thee'.

But it is one of his simpler and lovelier tunes.


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