"Morning, Noon and Night" is a fiery love song where Jack White complains about not having enough time to be with his romantic interest. He wants to be with her "morning, noon and night," but time is in short supply.
White laid down "Morning, Noon and Night" for Fear of the Dawn. One of two albums he wrote and recorded during lockdown, the two records have completely different sounds. Fear of Dawn features White's traditional blues-rock music, while Entering Heaven Alive is much folkier.
White took the unusual step (for him) of allowing another guitarist to add his own solo. Nashville-based heavy rocker Duane Denison, the former guitarist of post-hardcore band The Jesus Lizard, knows White - his daughter Francesca is friends with White's daughter Scarlett. When White asked Dennison to play on a demo, it turned out not to be a demo. "I didn't just show up and overdub stuff," the Nashville session veteran told Mojo magazine. "It was live, with the amp cranked up and the drums and vocal mike right there. It was reaffirming."