But Then Comes the Morning

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Re: But Then Comes the Morning

by butterfly » Sun Oct 06, 2019 7:33 pm

written by Jack Miffleton ...Forgive Lord forgive it was night when we did what we did...
Guy Penrod Sings a similar song by the same title witch made it harder to find this song.

Re: But Then Comes the Morning

by adm » Tue Apr 23, 2019 9:41 pm

But Then Comes the Morning
by Jack Miffleton

Look at him stripped on the hill
running the streets poorly clad
robots have taken his job
his hands are outstretched for the nails

REFRAIN: Forgive Lord, forgive.
It was night when we did what we did....
But then comes the morning.
Yesterdays sorrows behind.
Wake it's the day of your longing.
Life returns, mercy comes, it's morning.

Look at him nailed to the cross.
Nailed by our lack of concern
Locked and forgotten in jail
Confined to a home for the aged.

Look at him die on the cross.
Witness man's cruelty to man
Cut down like weeds in our wars
Stabbed on the streets where we live.

The night watch is set at the tomb.
He's buried, not dead but alive.
As long as you did it to these
you also have done it to me.

Re: But Then Comes the Morning

by jrzark1953@yahoo.com » Mon Oct 15, 2018 11:10 pm

Guest wrote:
Thu Mar 10, 2011 12:43 pm
I was actually searching for some piano music to this song when I ran across the request for lyrics. I am glad to know that my 2 file cabinets of music have paid off ! The lyrics still are very moving...

Blessings to all!
Andrée


But then comes the Morning

Look at him stripped on the hill
running the streets poorly clad
robots have taken his job
his hands are outstreetched for the nails (refrain)

refrain:
Forgive Lord, forgive. It was night when we did what we did....
But then comes the morning yesterdays sorrows behind
wake it's the day of your longing. life returns, mercy comes, it's morning.

Look at him nailed to the cross.
Nailed by our lack of concern
Locked and forgotten in jail
Confined to a home for the aged. (refrain)

Look at him die on the cross
witness man's cruelty to man
cut down like weeds in our wars
stabbed on the streets where we live. (refrain)

The night watch is set at the tomb.
He's buried not dead but alive
as long as you did if to these
you also have done it to me (refrain)
Do you have the music for this. I have been looking for it???

But Then Comes the Morning

by Guest » Mon Sep 04, 2017 10:39 pm

Jack Miffleton "Ž- With Skins And Steel

But Then Comes the Morning

by Guest » Mon Sep 04, 2017 10:38 pm

Jack Miffleton "Ž- With Skins And Steel

But Then Comes the Morning

by Guest » Sun Jul 27, 2014 3:31 am

its from a catholic folk mass song written by jack miffleton
callled but then comes the morning

it is from this album:
http://www.discogs.com/Jack-Miffleton-With-Skins-And-Steel/release/1600927

it can be heard in the podcasts for
Ken Canedo's audio book "Keep the fire burning"

18 min and 18 seconds in to the chapter 5 podcast

http://www.kencanedo.com/Podcasts.html

But Then Comes the Morning

by Guest » Sun Jun 30, 2013 5:43 pm

Look at Him, There on the cross
Nailed by our lack of concern...
His hands are ourtstrectched for the nails
Look at him there, He is dying...
Forgive Lord, forgive...
It was night when we did what we did...
But then comes the morniing.
Yesterday's sorrows behind...
Wake its the day of your longing.
Life returns, Mercy Comes and Its morning...

But Then Comes the Morning

by Guest » Sat Jun 15, 2013 7:42 pm

But Then Comes the Morning

by Guest » Sun Mar 31, 2013 4:52 pm

I also love the song " and then comes the morning!

But Then Comes the Morning

by Guest » Tue Mar 26, 2013 3:25 pm

A soloist sang this song on Easter morning at my hometown parish in the 70s in Dothan, AL. Remembering only part of the refrain, I've searched for the lyrics for years. Thank you for sharing!

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