Album: The Good Parts (2017)


  • Andy Grammer wrote this track with Yik Nam Jason Wu and Jesse Saint John. It was the last song written for The Good Parts. He told Billboard:

    "That was kind of an ode to - it's like my version of 'Sunday Morning' by Maroon 5. When I was a street performer, before I had any songs of my own that anybody would stop and put in money for, I would always be doing covers. Even with covers, people wouldn't stop in the beginning. And then the first song that I covered that made everyone stop was 'Sunday Morning.' So, you know, I could even say most of my first album would be trying to write 'Sunday Morning' over and over and over again. And now, I have a little ode back but kind of with an updated sound but still similar - it's nice to have that."


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