Wake up its a beautiful morning

Wake up its a beautiful morning “Wake Up Boo!” is a melody recorded by British independent band the Boo Radleys for their fourth collection, Wake up its a beautiful morning! (1995). It was by a wide margin their greatest hit both in the UK and globally.

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The track is a cheery guitar-pop tune about the change from summer to fall, differentiating the storyteller’s confidence (” Wake up its a beautiful morning “) with his friend’s negativity (“You need to place the demise in all things”). A piece of the tune was utilized as a jingle by Chris Evans for his BBC Radio 1 breakfast show during the nineties.

Wake up its a beautiful morning Lyrics

Summer’s gone, day’s spent with the grass and sun
I don’t mind to pretend I do seems really dumb

I rise as the morning comes
Crawling through the blinds
I shouldn’t be up at this time
But I can’t sleep with you there by my side

Wake up it’s a beautiful morning
The sun shining for your eyes
Wake up it’s so beautiful
For what could be the very last time

Twenty five, don’t recall a time I felt this alive,
So wake up boo, there’s so many thing’s for us to do

It’s early so take your time
Don’t let me rush you please
I know I was up all night
I can do anything, anything, anything

Wake up it’s a beautiful morning
The sun shining for your eyes
Wake up it’s so beautiful
For what could be the very last time

Wake up, wake up, wake up, wake up
Wake up, wake up, wake up, wake up

But you can’t blame me now for the death of someone
But you can’t blame me now for the death of someone
But you’ve gonna say, what you want to say
You have to put the death in everything

(Wake up)
Wake up it’s a beautiful morning
The sun shining for your eyes (wake up)
Wake up it’s so beautiful
For what could be the very last time (wake up)

Wake up it’s a beautiful morning
The sun shining for your eyes (wake up)
Wake up it’s so beautiful
For what could be the very last time (wake up)

Wake up its a beautiful morning Artist

Writer/s: MARTIN JAMES CARR
Publisher: BMG Rights Management

Released27 February 1995[1]
StudioRockfield, Monmouthshire, Wales
GenreBritpop
Length3:37
LabelCreation
Songwriter(s)Martin Carr
Producer(s)The Boo Radleys