"Morning Desire" as written by and David Loggins....
Here it is seven in the a.m.
It's gonna take more then wakin' to rise me
I wake up with this need again
But feel the love of the woman beside me

It's just one of those days
When I wanna lay here with her
And love her before I leave
And listen to the rain fall on the roof
And the thunder sounds like horses hooves

Oh, I listen to her breathe
And it makes me wanna wake her up
And tell her that I'm on fire
With morning desire

It looks like I'm gonna be late again
And I gonna give up and get movin' and I'm tryin'
But the longer I keep stalling
The more I think about callin' in and lying

It's just one of those days
When I wanna stay here with her
And watch her while she sleeps
And listen to the rain fall on the roof
And the thunder sounds like horses hooves

Oh, I listen to her breathe
And it makes me wanna wake her up
And tell her that I'm on fire
With morning desire

Well, I love to hear the rain fallin' on the roof
And the thunder sounds like horses hooves

Oh, I listen to her breathe
And it makes me wanna wake her up
And tell her that I'm on fire
With morning desire, with morning desire

Listen to the rain
Listen to the rain
Listen to the rain
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"Morning Desire" as written by David Loggins

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    General CommentA thunderstorm at 7 AM is a rare event almost anywhere. I like how ths narrator wants to turn the oddity into a romantic endeavor. The phrase "Morning Wood" comes to mind when I hear this song.
    raiderroadtrip00on May 19, 2010   Link

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