Five Songs About Mornings

Posted in: Musicouching by deep blue on January 30th, 2010 | 26 Comments

Take some of these to face your day with a smile or a tear.

           Well, what better ways to start mornings in our lives than having it with some music to keep us inspired to face the entire day ? I have here 5 intense-spirited music which became part of our lives as we heard them over the radio or MTV, I hope you will enjoy them.

          

Morning Has Broken- Cat Stevens

Cat Stevens captured the morning in the eternal lyrics of this song. Originally written by Eleanor Farjeon it has become identified with Christian Hymns published way back in 1931. The fact that Cat Stevens included it in his album “Teaser and the Firecat” in 1971, the song had been associated with him.

 

Morning After – Maureen McGovern

            This song was delivered by Maureen McGovern which won an Academy Award for Best Song as it was made a soundtrack for the movie “The Poseidon Adventure” back in 1972. The lyrics offers inspiration in a tumultuous situation where a peaceful morning after it becomes a fitting prize for those who are able to survive.

Morning, Noon  and Night Time – Jane Olivor 

              I had spent quite some time hunting this song until I have found it a year ago. If you are in the same predicament as I am, remembering some lines of the song best helps in searching it through Google. This song was by Jane Olivor, again the issue about the family name being OIiver or Olivar comes. By the way I have corroborated the correct spelling to be Olivor as the cover of the CD album implies in Best of “Jane Olivor”.

 

 

Morning Angel – Juice Newton

           This song was written by Chip Taylor and was originally included in Juice Newton’s 3rd album titled “Juice” released in 1981 that eventually made a hit.

 

 

Touch Me In the Morning – Diana Ross

          This song was released under Diana Ross’ album with the same title way back in 1973 which became her 2nd Billboard Pop number one single.

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