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From the Morning
by Drake

A day once dawned, and it was beautiful
A day once dawned from the ground
Then the night she fell
And the air was beautiful
The night she fell all around.

So look see the days
The endless coloured ways
And go play the game that you learnt
From the morning.

And now we rise
We are everywhere
And now we rise from the ground
See she flies
And she is everywhere
See she flies all around

So look see the sights
The endless summer nights
And go play the game that you learnt
From the morning.

Lyrics © O/B/O APRA AMCOS
Written by: WALTER N AFANASIEFF, KENNY GORELICK

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Brian Kelly

I like the fact that the final song on the last album recorded in Nick Drake's lifetime was actually a song of hope and inspiration!

Carl Leiviska

This debate is exactly what Bob Dylan avoided. He told anyone who asked what his songs meant, they mean what they want you to mean. That's art in it's purest form. Listen to this when your happy, as well as down. Notice the different messages you pick up on. That's the purpose of this. Regardless enjoy the beauty of this track from an artist who is no longer with us. Go in peace my fellow humans ❤️

Thaddeus K

@A Public Forum for Discussion Same here. At least childhood, wonder, and creativity.

So look see the days
The endless coloured ways
Go play the game that you learnt

From the morning

If anything, the song also entails thoughts on reincarnation, and rebirth (we rise, we are everywhere from the ground).



Jacob Freidman, that is some fucking interpretation you arrived at. Then again, you have some company here as well. To each his own, but killing himself is the last thing that his lyrics tell me here.

dermot51

So 'up', such a beautiful tune

Ouack strax

It's common, for me anyway, to be in writhing pain and attempt to conjure beautiful/hopeful imagery from my psyche, whether I have an outlet or not, whether it's futile or not. That's when I listen to this song and ones like it.

Ethan Braga

Diomedes22 valid point... I thought of that too but I couldn’t figure out what he kept referring to as ‘she’

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Robert London

The last song on nicks final album. Maybe he knew this was it. This song makes me feel like the end of something and the beginning of another all at once

Nah nope

he recorded unreleased stuff for like 4 years after this

Stephen Lee Music

Robert London Wow maybe! They say our soul knows deep down when it's time to pass.

Obvious Bambi

Robert London Well spotted. Lovely song

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