"Good Morning Freedom" as written by Roger Frederick Cook, Albert Louis Hammond, Mike Hazlewood and Roger John Reginald Greenaway....
Good morning world, it's a brand new day
I'm packing my bags and I'm going away
I'm moving my legs and my city tired bones
I gotta get away from the busy man's phones

Gotta make a move where the living is wild and free
If you want to get happy them people come along with me
A fee fa fou fafafafa fouu

Run along boy, set a place for me
I'm getting so tired of the company
I'm getting dirty looks from the big white man
I gotta get away just as fast as I can

Good morning freedom
Gotta break away
Gotta break away
Gotta break away
Good morning freedom
It's another day
It's another day
It's another day
Good morning freedom
A fee fa fou fafafafa fouu

It is the same old game
A city tired living is the game to play
Loving thy neighbour is __
There's only one way to get the people to sing


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"Good Morning Freedom" as written by Mike Hazlewood Albert Louis Hammond

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