"Morning Life" as written by and Grant Nicholas....
A new day has begun
And taken us now
Morning life is here
Turn outside and sound

But you feel
Nothing is real
You're flesh and bone
But nothing is real

Today
This could be the only day
Can't let this moment get away
'Cause this could be the only way
So call on me
Call on me

Tempers of the world
Dragging you down
The chemistry of life
The touch of a hand

But you feel
Nothing is real
You're flesh and bone
But nothing is real

Today
This could be the only day
Can't let this moment get away
'Cause this could be the only day
So call on me
Call on me

You're fading out don't fade
You're coming back
You're fading out don't fade
You're coming back
You're fading out don't fade
You're coming back

Today
This could be the only way
So call on me
Call on me

Today
This could be the only day
Can't let this moment get away


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"Morning Life" as written by Grant Nicholas

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    General CommentThis song means quite a lot to me. It's so deep.. I love it. Definitely one of my favourite songs!
    Akira no Megamion August 11, 2005   Link
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    General CommentListening to this, it sounds to me like a Jon Lee tribute again. "Morning life" itself implies mourning to me, while "A new day has begun" is life without his best friend.

    "But you feel, nothing is real
    You're flesh and bone, but nothing is real
    Today, this could be the only day
    Can't let this mooment get away
    Cause this could be the only way
    So call on me, call on me"

    This sounds to me like Grant's ideas as to what Jon must have been thinking, whearas "call on me" screams... I'm here for you.

    "Fading out" and "this could be the only way" also say suicide to me.
    Big fat Non September 29, 2005   Link
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    General CommentTo me, this is about having to go through something bad, and when it's over, he feels nothing. He doesn't like that he feels nothing but is more scared that when the nothing stops he will feel unhappy.
    psycholollyon January 16, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI first heard this song in Remember the Daze and it made me cry.

    The lyrics and the music...it's just so powerful. I cry each and every time I hear this song. It's just absolutely brilliant.

    And now that you mention it, I could see it being about Jon Lee. I had never really though of it that way, honestly.

    RIP Jon Lee
    dahliablackon June 11, 2010   Link

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