One Million Billionth Of A Millisecond On A Sunday Morning

Album: Oh My Gawd!!! (1987)
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  • Early in the mornin', just before the dawn
    I turn my t.v. on and watch the fuzz
    The sun scrapes away the first layers of the day
    Nothing is meant, this is a beautiful accident
    This could be the sunrise, or I could be wrong
    Cause sometimes what looks like the sunrise
    Turns out to be an atom bomb
    Bombs are comin' in cereal packages
    Bombs are comin' in cereal packages
    Early in the morning, just before the dawn
    I turn my t.v. on and watch the fuzz Writer/s: MICHAEL IVINS, RICHARD ENGLISH, WAYNE COYNE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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