Morning Glory

by Oasis

Duration:
5:03
Released:
Sep 15, 1995
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Lyrics for Morning Glory by Oasis:

Verse 1
All your dreams are made
When you're chained to the mirror and the razor blade
Today's the day that all the world will see
Another sunny afternoon
Walking to the sound of my favorite tune
Tomorrow never knows what it doesn't know too soon

Pre-Chorus
Need a little time to wake up
Need a little time to wake up, wake up
Need a little time to wake up
Need a little time to rest your mind
You know you should so I guess you might as well

Chorus
What's the story morning glory?
Well?
You need a little time to wake up wake up
Well?
What's the story morning glory?
Well?
Need a little time to wake up wake up

Verse 2
All your dreams are made
When you're chained to the mirror and the razor blade
Today's the day that all the world will see
Another sunny afternoon
Walking to the sound of my favorite tune
Tomorrow never knows what it doesn't know too soon

Pre-Chorus
Need a little time to wake up
Need a little time to wake up wake up
Need a little time to wake up
Need a little time to rest your mind
You know you should so I guess you might as well

Chorus
What's the story morning glory?
Well?
You need a little time to wake up wake up
Well?
What's the story morning glory?
Well?
Need a little time to wake up wake up
Well?
What's the story morning glory?
Well?
Need a little time to wake up wake up
Well?
What's the story morning glory?
Well?
Need a little time to wake up wake up

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Song Facts

“Morning Glory” was released as the third single off (What’s The Story) Morning Glory? September 15th, 1995. In 2006, it was included in the “Best Of”-compilation Stop The Clocks.

The song is simply about waking up, and not wanting to immediately get out of bed – but upon sniffing cocaine, and listening to music whilst walking in the fresh air (possibly on the way to school/work) feeling euphoric and able to take on the world. There is an implicit acknowledgement that drugs and music can make the everyday tedium of life feel better, even if actually there is no evidence that its ever going to improve. Critics universally agree that whilst Oasis' first album was full of bravado and feeling that life owes you something better than the average, their second album has more melancholy themes of life never getting better, but being able to change your experience by re-aligning your attitudes.

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