"Some Jingle Jangle Morning" as written by and Mary Lou Lord....
Song about a sun beam song about a girl
Your voice still rings and echoes in my mind
So many words unspoken so many worlds apart
Your memory is all you left behind
Somewhere it all got crazy and now it's like a dream
And I knew that I blew it from the start
I was too freaked out to deal with it all
And too fucked up to care
I stood right there and watched it fall apart

Now LSD and Ecstasy don't help me
And my dance with Mr. Brownstone got too rough
Will you wake me without warning some jingle-jangle morning
We'll fly away to heaven on a star

Cause I love to watch you walk
And I love to hear you talk
But there's nothing I can say
To make you feel the same way

Now my friends are all I have now
But they're so far away
They all moved out of Seattle and back to L.A.

They ask me how I'm doing
And I ask them if they've seen you
But no one sees much of anyone these days

Now LSD and Ecstasy don't help me
And my dance with Mr. Brownstone got too rough
Will you wake me without warning some jingle-jangle morning
We'll fly away to heaven on a star

Cause I love to watch you walk and I love to hear you talk
But there's nothing I can say
To make you feel the same way
the same way


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"Some Jingle Jangle Morning" as written by Mary Lou Lord

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    General Commentthis song is obviously about Kurt Cobain which Mary Lou Lord claims to have had a relationship/friendship with him.
    The first lines
    Song about a sun beam
    Song about a girl are obvious references to Nirvana songs "Jesus dont want me for a sunbeam" and "About a girl"
    references to Seattle and Drugs are also key giveaways.
    I like this song and the homage to Bob Dylans Mr Tamborine man are great,
    Its a sad testament to a broken friendship or an old life and how hard it is to let go.
    sisterseaon February 15, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIts really a shame that only one person has commented on this song. Maybe its about Kurt. Who knows. Sad & Beautiful & in the past two days I can not stop listening to it.
    STCJERSEYon September 05, 2011   Link
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    General CommentMary Lou Lord has confirmed this song is indeed about Kurt, in more than one interview and on her FB page.
    Everlighton February 04, 2016   Link

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