I will meet you in the morning by the bright riverside
When all sorrow has drifted away
I’ll be standing at the portals when the gates are open wide
At the close of life’s long dreary day
I’ll meet you in the morning, With a how do you do
And we’ll sit down by the river
And with rapture our auld acquaintance renew
You’ll know me in the morning, By the smiles that I wear
When I meet you in the morning
In the city that is build four square.
From I’ll Meet You In the Morning by Albert E. Brumley, 1936.