"Light of the Morning" as written by Russell Marsden, Emma Richardson and Matt Hayward....
I wanna see you in the morning
I wanna see you when the breaking day is dawning
You gotta go you gotta go
It's alright

But I wanna see you in the see you in the light of the morning
And when I get the same reaction
I know this time it's gonna give some satisfaction
You gotta go you gotta go
it's alright

But I wanna see you in the see you in the light of the morning

I wanna see you in the morning
I wanna see you when the breaking day is dawning
You gotta go you gotta go
It's alright

But I wanna see you in the see you in the light of the morning


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"Light of the Morning" as written by Matt Hayward Emma Richardson

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    General CommentTo me this song sounds like a one night stand. He wants to stay the whole night together until morning, but she leaves everytime and wont stay with him.
    allyfalcon42on June 26, 2010   Link
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    General CommentFor me, this song represents a guy's desire to be with his girl. For what ever reason, they are not in a position in their life where they can stay together every night (in a non sexual sense). Life is in their way. All he wants is to see her in the "light of the morning", but for whatever reason she is unable to stay.

    When it reads "And when I get the same reaction I know this time it's gonna give some satisfaction", he knows she will have as much hardship with saying goodbye, when for what ever reason the situation is flipped. It gives him some form of comfort that his feelings for her are reciprocated.

    This is how this song spoke to me, as I am going through these very feelings every night when I have to say goodbye, and am unable to sleep next to the one I'm meant to be with.





    RollingStoneSongon July 05, 2010   Link
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    General CommentPerhaps this is written for a soldier who will be far from home.
    FlowerPoton April 16, 2011   Link

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