"New Morning" as written by and Bob Dylan....
Can't you hear that rooster crowin'?
Rabbit runnin' down across the road
Underneath the bridge where the water flowed through
So happy just to see you smile
Underneath the sky of blue
On this new morning, new morning
On this new morning with you

Can't you hear that motor turnin'?
Automobile comin' into style
Comin' down the road for a country mile or two
So happy just to see you smile
Underneath the sky of blue
On this new morning, new morning
On this new morning with you

The night passed away so quickly
It always does when you're with me

Can't you feel that sun a-shinin'?
Ground hog runnin' by the country stream
This must be the day that all of my dreams come true
So happy just to be alive
Underneath the sky of blue
On this new morning, new morning
On this new morning with you

So happy just to be alive
Underneath the sky of blue
On this new morning, new morning
On this new morning with you
New morning


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"New Morning" as written by Bob Dylan

Lyrics © BOB DYLAN MUSIC CO

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    General Commentsounds like natural happiness rather than drug induced happiness. can others comment please thaaaaaaaanks
    everythingrockson April 10, 2005   Link
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    General Commentfeels to me like a song of rebirth (the new morning), and considering the manic intensity of late 60s Dylan and the infamous crash it represents a new start - a simpler way of life. Dylan seems content with the simple pleasures of life, and also seems to be re-defining himself (as he was also prone to do). Overall a secular 'born again' song to me. Interesting that the religious born again element would follow later.
    Synclion September 24, 2014   Link

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