Morning's Coming

Album: 44/876 (2018)
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  • 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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