First of all, I doubt whether this is the proper place to ask my question since it might be quite basic, but I will try.
The sentence is:
You flee my dream come the morning.
I certainly understand the part ''You flee my dream''.
But the part ''come the morning'' is completely confusing and problematic for me.
Is that a reduced adverbial phrase?
I cannot combine the meanings of the two. Is it something like You flee my dream when the morning comes?
At first sight, the part come the morning seems to be an imperative clause, however, that would be awkward.
Hence, I suppose that it is an adverbial phrase, though I am not sure of anything.
The source of the text: https://sharmalade.bandcamp.com/track/the-wolven-storm-prescillas-song