"Good Morning Beautiful" as written by and Chino/carpenter Moreno....
One of these days you'll break me of many things
Some cold white day,
But you're crazy if you think I would leave you This way

Should wake up (Wake up)
Before the wrath comes
Me and you could take off (Take off)
Before the wrath comes, soon

And one of these days I pray it will be sometime soon
On a day like today,
You'd be crazy not to want me to teach you
The way

Should wake up (Wake up)
Before the wrath comes
Me and you could take off (Take off)
Before the wrath comes, please

Well I know what you're like
I've read it on the walls
You're too tired, you choose heaven over the
Earth and me but come on

Should wake up (Wake up)
Before the wrath comes
Me and you could take off (Take off)
Before the wrath comes
Well maybe you should take off
Yeah you should take off (Take off)

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"Good Morning Beautiful" as written by Abran Cunningham Abe Cunningham

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  • +1
    General CommentI agree a lot with what Noble35 says. This is my own personal view (this happens to me everytime!):

    The girls I get with usually try to avoid conflict. They try to manipulate me and events outside of our relationship to avoid actually talking things out and seeking to understand each other. So while this girl tries to pacify you, you start to swell with all the the things you want to tell her.

    "You should wake up before the wrath comes
    (me and you) could take off before the wrath comes...soon"

    I can relate because Chino has accepted himself to know that he must speak his mind. I too have a buildup of wrath at times and it will simply come out, sooner or later. So he is saying that the girl should either wake up or take off before it comes. He's testing her worth and how much she truly cares about him.

    "You're too tired, you choose heaven over the earth and me but come on please..."

    This says how she says she's too tired to argue or settle differences. She would rather just dream it all away. But Chino knows that reality is a part of our lives (and drama) whether we like it or not. We are stuck here until we die.

    This is a phase that I always go through and now its become typical! It's natural! Don't let anyone (guy or girl) convince you not to speak your mind and open your heart, because it is a part of the relationship. Don't fear that this may drive them away because if it does, then they weren't meant for you.

    Here's is the progression of all my relationships so far:
    Initial meeting (friendly and lots of conversation)
    Infatuation (dreamy, often mistaken for love)
    Reality (your real life world drags you back down, often when break-ups occur)
    ????? (haven't gotten past that yet!)
    chino69on June 19, 2003   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI think it's about a woman in a coma and her lover is asking her to wake up before she dies. "before the wrath comes".

    And then at the end he realises it's no hope, and she should "take off" (pass away).
    TheHappiestColouron June 30, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI think Chino is singing about a relationship with an old girlfriend, where the girl is just leading him on and didnt want to be with him. My friend and his gf never hung out and she always used hte excuse "Im too tired"
    Also "you choose heaven over the earth and me but come on please..." could mean that the girl is looking to get with guys she considers better then chino.
    And the wrath that chino is warning about his how he knows hes being mistreated by this girl and is one day goign to let it all out and go off on her.
    Noble35on June 14, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti COMPLETELY agree with Nobles' interepretation.
    good job, i never thought that

    awesome song!! my favorite off the new album
    def_linuson June 19, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General Commentyou guys are dead on i think. i kind of thought the song was about a loving and working realationship that is full of conflict. you know, those couples that are always seen fighting yet trully love each other. i think this happens with Chino alot. the chorus is kind of a warning, to both the guy and the girl, kind of saying "we should calm down before this gets worse" or the 'wrath" coming.

    oh and "Chino69", i completly know where you are coming from. females are never the angels we purpously mistake them for.
    cyanide2060on June 19, 2003   Link
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    General CommentAlso the bit about heaven over earth is when she doesn't have the will to live so she chooses heaven (to die).

    I really think my interpretation fits, i like your views as well though.
    TheHappiestColouron June 30, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI think it's about taking a certain attention to a girl, past or present relationship possibly. He watches her, knows her well, he sees her in low spirits. He gives his world to her, yet she overlooks this. I think Chino cares way too much to let it go though, he won't. Just saying that he wants to make her see, what's right in front of her, because she's blind to it...make her realize and take tutelage in what he's got to offer, before it all comes crashing down. She's a lost spirit, he's got the number and location. They've got something together that she won't accept right now, I've got the feeling she will though...

    Anway, excellent tune...
    pariah919on May 10, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI always thought it was

    "you, you wish away god/ before the wrath comes/ and you could take god/ before the wrath comes"

    or "before the rat comes"

    but the waking up makes more sense now. it goes with the title of the song.
    vinylon June 14, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti always thought it was mocking religion, like, 'you should come to us before it's too late and we all die', that crazy sorta stuff. but the relationship theme fits in better with the title
    just a dayon September 08, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthe happiest colour has it perfectly
    it all fits
    'the wrath' is the angel of death jus thought id add
    davo_ismadon October 16, 2006   Link

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