Don't Call Me Early In The Morning G D C G Chorus: Don't call me early in the morning, C G D Call me what you want to but leave me alone. G D C G Don't call me early in the morning, D Em Just leave me till the cows are coming home. G C A man or a woman they need their relaxation G D From rising always at the dawn G C And the heart of the matter tomorrow is a Saturday G D And I'll be lying on. Cho. G C Sad the lad that can't rest contented G D He has it all but must have more. G C He fills himself with pills to retire with a million, G D But falls asleep at sixty-four. Cho. G C Fair is fair and I've done my share, G D My nerves are getting on my nerves. G C If you don't have a pillow of the white swan's feather, G D I'll do with a corner for my head. Cho. G C Just a gentle warning for tomorrow morning, G D No big noises near my room. G C Cars with no exhaust, Chickens with the hooping cough, G D And milkmen that whistle out of tune! Cho.