In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning

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[C]    [Am]    [Dm7]    [D7/9]    [G7]    
When the s[C]un is [Dm7]high in the [C]afternoon s[Dm7]ky,    
You can [C]always find [Dm7]something to d[C]o; [C/B]    
But from d[Em7]usk til d[B7]awn, as the cl[Em7]ock ticks [B7]on,   
Some[G]thing [Em7]happens to y[Dm7]ou. [G7]    [G7/9]    
In the [C]wee small [Dm7]hours of the mo[C]rning [Fdim]    
While the wh[C]ole wide w[Am]orld is fast as[Dm7]leep [D7/9]    [G7]    

You l[F]ie a[Cdim]wake and th[C]ink a[C/B]bout the g[Am]irl   

And ne[D]ver ever t[D7]hink of c[D7/9]ounting sh[G]eep [D7]    [G7]    
When your lon[C]ely he[Dm7]art has learned its le[C]sson [Dm7]    
You'd be h[C]ers if [Em5-/7]only        [A7sus4]she would ca[A7]ll   
In the [F]wee small [Cdim]hours of the [C]mor-n[C/B]ing [A7]    
That's the t[F]ime you miss her [G]most [Fdim] of al[C]l. [Fm]    [Fdim]    [C]    

When the sun is high in the afternoon sky,
You can always find something to do;
But from dusk til dawn, as the clock ticks on,
Something happens to you.
In the wee small hours of the morning
While the whole wide world is fast asleep

You lie awake and think about the girl

And never ever think of counting sheep
When your lonely heart has learned its lesson
You'd be hers if [Em5-/7]only she would call
In the wee small hours of the mor-ning
That's the time you miss her most of all.

Song Author Johnny Mathis