"Morning sun" as written by Don Black, Robbie Williams, Kelvin Andrews, Daniel Mould, Scott Ralph and Richard Mould....
How do you rate the morning sun?
After a long and sleepless night
How many stars would you give to the moon
Do you see those stars from where you are?
Shine on the lost and loneliest
The ones who can't get over it

You always wanted more than life
But now you don't have the appetite
In a message to the troubador
The world don't love you anymore
Tell me how do you rate the morning sun?

Stuck inside the rainbow years
And you could happen to me
'Cause I've been close to where you are
I drove to places you have seen
It all seems so familiar
Like they'd been sent to kill ya

It doesn't take an astronaut
To float in the space is just a thought
The morning brings a mystery
The evening makes it history
Tell me how do you rate the morning sun?

And the village drunk
Sadly passed away
It was a shame
I never knew his name
I wonder if he sat there every morning
And watched the sun rise

How do you rate the morning sun?
It was just too heavy for me
And all I wanted was the world
If you are the starlet in the sun
Don't go wasting your time
'Cause there is no finish line

And you don't see anything
Not even love, not anything
The night can take the man from you
A sense of wonder overdue
The morning brings a mystery
The evening makes it history
Who am I to rate the morning sun?

Lyrics submitted by anothervictim

"Morning Sun" as written by Don Black Daniel Spencer Mould

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    General CommentAfter appearing primarily in tabloids for the better part of 2 years, Robbie Williams returns to the soulful ballads and lyricism he is known for. Despite everything stacked against it: having a throwaway tongue-in-cheek title, being released after a largely unliked experimental album (2006's Rudebox), and being a complex pop album in a musical age of heavy rhythm and simple choruses; Reality Killed The Video Star is Robbie's finest album start-to-finish and the best album of 2009. A completely unexpected achievement for a pop star that seemed on the verge of fading out of the music industry.
    richard022on August 29, 2010   Link

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