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Sunday Morning
The Velvet Underground Lyrics


Sunday morning
Brings the dawn in
It's just a restless feeling
By my side

Early dawning
Sunday morning
It's just the wasted years
So close behind

Watch out, the world's behind you
There's always someone around you
Who will call
It's nothing at all

Sunday morning
And I'm falling
I've got a feeling
I don't want to know

Early dawning
Sunday morning
It's all the streets you've crossed
Not so long ago

Watch out, the world's behind you
There's always someone around you
Who will call
It's nothing at all

Watch out, the world's behind you
There's always someone around you
Who will call
It's nothing at all

Sunday morning
Sunday morning
Sunday morning
Sunday morning

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
Written by: John Cale, Lou Reed

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Andrés Cortés

Sunday morning
Praise the dawning
It's just a restless feeling
By my side
Early dawning
Sunday morning

It's all the wasted years
So close behind
Watch out the world's behind you
There's always someone around you
Who will call
It's nothing at all
Sunday morning
And I'm falling
I've got a feeling
I don't want to know
Early dawning
Sunday morning
It's all the streets you've crossed
Not so long ago
Watch out the world's behind you
There's always someone around you
Who will call
It's nothing at all
Watch out the world's behind you
There's always someone around you
Who will call
It's nothing at all
Sunday morning



비정한세상

Sunday morning
Praise the dawning
It's just a restless feeling
By my side
Early dawning
Sunday morning

It's all the wasted years
So close behind
Watch out the world's behind you
There's always someone around you
Who will call
It's nothing at all
Sunday morning
And I'm falling
I've got a feeling
I don't want to know
Early dawning
Sunday morning
It's all the streets you've crossed
Not so long ago
Watch out the world's behind you
There's always someone around you
Who will call
It's nothing at all
Watch out the world's behind you
There's always someone around you
Who will call
It's nothing at all
Sunday morning



Bre Rogers

Working. I'm a nanny
The baby is sleeping
It's misty and gray
It's Sunday morning
Going to California next Saturday
I feel so wonderful
I'm so happy

This song is so calming and beautiful
I hope you guys have a great holiday and new year



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itsrainingmelons

Rebelliously listening to this on a Wednesday morning

Luis Calcano

@Zane Goodeker Heroin was much abused throughout the 50s and 60s , and as much as hallucinagenics of the mid to late 60s. But, alcohol beats them all for abuse throughout history!

Luis Calcano

@rheathesecond I surprised kids are listening to this fabulous wat ahead of its time tune that was written , and I think recorded, in early 1966!
It was released in early spring 1967, before The Beatles " Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band " albumn.
This song is a great psych song, and I didn't realize Lou Reed went that far back to Mid - to late 60s.
The young ones of this time of the 2020s, are finding,or knowing , about some of these 1960s gems is astonishing . It's amazing ! They're regretting in amazement how they were not around those days , and how much the pop /psych , and psych itself of yesteryear pertains , and is very much befitting of today's world!

Zen

Currently listening this on Wednesday afternoon lol

Tieflingrogue

Listening this on a Saturday afternoon

Luis Calcano

@Zane Goodeker Some of the band members were known to mess with smack(heroin).
Heroin was most widely abused than LSD back in the 60s, and evan50s.

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Erik Lindgren

One of the first times I had been high, I was riding in a car with a few of my friends. One of them played this song while we were driving towards the sunset and I'll never forget how it looked. The sky was golden around the sun. The rest of the sky was a beautiful, rich pink. It was one of the most breathtaking things I've ever seen. We all stopped talking and laughing, we just watched in silence, completely mesmerized by the sky. I can't think of another moment in my life where I've experienced such a strong feeling of pleasure. I'll always remember this song and that moment.


Edit: I realized it sounds better if you focus in on the bass. Enjoy.

Also, while I'm here: My Sweet Lord when you're high is a spiritual experience and I would highly recommend it (or any George Harrison really).

hiccups55

@Welhy Nole yeah. Rising Sun👍

Raffaele Di Vora

@Javier Polo Obviously LSD. Such a small quantity of any other substance would have barely any effect

v-town1980

No need for drugs when you listen to great tunes like this.

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