"Morning" as written by and Orville Richard Burrell Gordon Sumner....
It's a beautiful day
For me to rock around your way
Oh what you wanna say Sting?

Sweet nightingale
Why do you wake me so
Sweet nightingale
You're telling me something I don't know

It's quarter to three
You're singing driving me right outta my tree
I'm so tired that I could weep
When all the other birdies are still fast asleep, yeah

Morning is coming
Morning is on it's way
Morning is coming
It's revelation day

Sweet nightingale
We'll talk it over in the light of day
Why can't it wait
I need my beauty sleep whatever you say

Wake up, it's a beautiful day
Wake up, don't you hear what I say
'Cause I be rocking in my shoes
To this sweet reggae groove
Ain't nobody gonna spoil my mood

To this beautiful sunshine I'm rising up
Just a positive vibe me you sun build me up
Overflowing like the odd coffee inna me cup
Ain't no time for easing up (Yeah!)

Morning is coming
Morning is on it's way
Morning is coming
It's revelation day

Oh nightingale
You broke a dream or I don't live on my own
Oh nightingale
I look around but there's nobody home

Round yourself and get out of bed (Uh-uh)
And drag your comb across your sleepy head
Clean your teeth and wash your face
Look like you're a member of the human race

Wake up, it's a beautiful day
Mi say fi wake up, don't you hear what I say
'Cause I be rocking in my shoes
To this sweet reggae groove
Ain't nobody gonna spoil my mood

Now miss a morning time bop to evening time
Miss a message when me used to uplift mankind
Whether you know how fi bubble or you know how fi whine
Enjoy, it's a beautiful time

Oh, morning is coming
Morning is on it's way
Morning is coming
It's revelation day

Morning is coming
Morning is on it's way
Morning is coming
It's revelation day


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"Morning Is Coming" as written by Orville Richard Burrell Gordon Sumner

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    General CommentMorning by Pablo Neruda
    From Il Postino [The Postman] soundtrack--a narration by Sting.
    sillybunnyon July 18, 2006   Link
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    General CommentFor poetry lovers?
    The theme tune from this movie is gorgeous: sweet, melancholy, unmistakably Italian. It won composer Luis Bacalov a well-deserved Best Dramatic Score Oscar. But … while it's not easy to get tired of that poignant melody, this CD tries its darndest to get the listener good and sick of it. … Half of the CD is a "Poetry and Music Suite" featuring a parade of superstars reading Pablo Neruda's poems (Neruda is one of the characters in this semi-historical drama). Julia Roberts, Sting, Ethan Hawke, Samuel L. Jackson, Rufus Sewell, Madonna, and a half-dozen others each take turns in this digital poetry slam. The performances are often quite alluring, and Bacalov's music meshes beautifully with Neruda's sweet, sweaty lyricism. But listeners who use their CDs for background music -- and those who like to use the random "shuffle" feature on their CD players -- might want to think twice before buying this disc. Darryl Cater
    sillybunnyon August 30, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis album would be a nice addition to someone’s cultural dinner party—a bit of Tuscan cuisine—some splendid poetry, perhaps followed by Harold Budd’s “By the Dawn’s Early Light” for after dinner drinks.
    sillybunnyon August 31, 2006   Link

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