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Posted 22 June 2007 - 07:05 PM

Found this thread at Metafilter: 'What happy songs mention breakfast?'--a pretty good list follows...did they miss anything?

"Good Morning" from "Singin' In The Rain" "
Banana Pancakes" by Jack Johnson).
"Breakfast in America" by Supertram
"Groundhog's Day" by Primus.
"Morning Angel" - Juice Newton
"Breakfast at Tiffiany's" - Deep Blue Something
"You Were Meant For Me" by Jewel springs to mind.
Good Morning Good Morning - Beatles
Good Morning Beautiful" - Steve Holy
"Milk and Cereal" by G. Love.
"Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast" - Pink Floyd
Lucinda Williams' "Car Wheels on a Gravel Road"
Good Day Sunshine - The Beatles
Happy Morning" by Folgers
Breakfast in Bed by Baby Washington.
Tom's Diner
St. Alphonso's Pancake Breakfast" by Frank Zappa
Joni Mitchell: Chelsea Morning
Godley and Creme, "Welcome to Breakfast Television"
'Wake up it's a Beautiful Morning' by the Boo Radleys.
"Banana Pancakes" -- Jack Johnson
"Holding Back the Year" by Lou Barlow.
"Black Coffee in Bed" - the Squeeze. (Sorry, it's not a full meal.)
Good Morning Starshine (YouTube).
Grieg's "Morning Mood"
"When I Go to the Beach" by the Slickee Boys
"Wake Up Boo!" by the Boo Radleys (correct title)
"I've Been to Memphis" by Lyle Lovett: "
Howazbout Mornin' by Al Jarreau?
'Mornin' Mister Radio...Mornin' little Cheerios
Mornin' Sister Oriole...did I tell you everything is fine in my mind?'
Morning Has Broken by Cat Stevens
Oh and Groundhog Day by Primus
Simon & Garfunkel's "Punky's Dilemma"
"Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast" Pink Floyd, is very breakfasty. Happy? Well...
Beatles, "Scrambled eggs", oh baby how I love your legs.
Dylan's "New Morning" (from New Morning)
"Easy Like a Sunday Morning." (not like "Sunday Morning Coming Down")
"A Day in the Life" -the Beatles
311 - "8:16 am"
Yo La Tengo's "Drug Test"
Rudy Can't Fail by The Clash
"Sunday Morning Call" by Oasis
"Sunday Morning" by No Doubt
"Parklife" by Blur
The video for Bjork's "Venus as a Boy" has her making eggs..
Cloud Cult - Breakfast with my Shadow
"She's Losing It" - Belle and Sebastian
Van Halen's Up For Breakfast and Orange Juice Blues by Bob Dylan
Commodores "Easy Like Sunday Morning"
Lovely Day - Bill Withers
Desmond Decker, Israelites:
The Breakfast Song - The Newsboys.
Oh What A Beautiful Mornin' from Oklahoma!
Sunday Morning- The Velvet Underground
Starfish and Coffee- Prince
Thank God I'm a Country Boy - John Denver
"I Ate You for My Breakfast" - Martin Sease
"Self-Preservation," The Lucksmiths
Jethro Tull 'Wond'ring aloud' from Aqualung
Daughter, by Pearl Jam, mentions a breakfast table in an otherwise empty room . . .
"Nice Girls Don't Stay For Breakfast" (Julie London)
"Softly as in a Morning Sunrise"
"Good Morning Heartache"
"In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning"
"Postcard from a Dream" - Poi Dog Pondering
Good Morning - Nas
Breakfast Time (Milkshake)
When am I gonna kiss you this morning (Dinah Shore)
Early in the Mornin' (Louis Jordan, fun song -- complete with bad impression of a Mexican bandito!)
Breakfast in Bed (UB40)
Boil the Breakfast Early (Cheiftains)
Beans for Breakfast (Johnny Cash)
Breakfast (Mary Prankster -- lots of f words)
Is there Life After Breakfast (Ray Davies)
Beer for Breakfast (Replacements)
Breakfast in Bed (Dusty Springfield)
Orange Juice Blues (The Band)
Cooking Breakfast for the Ones I Love (Maria Muldaur)
Breakfast for Two (Country Joe McDonald)
Let Jesus Make You Breakfast (BR549)
The Mamas and the Papas, "Blueberries for Breakfast."
Sheryl Crow, "All I Wanna Do":
Those to Come by the Shins.
"Feed Me Breakfast" by The Hot Dogs!
Morning Coffee by Morning Musume i
"Every Morning" by Sugar Ray.
Sun Comes Up, It's Tuesday Morning (Cowboy Junkies)
"Good Morning Baby" by Bic Runga.
"At Dawn" by My Morning Jacket.
9 to 5 (Morning Train) - Sheena Easton
When the Hangover Strikes by Squeeze
'Morning After', as in 'There's Got to be a Morning After' by Maureen McGovern.
"Saturday Sun" and "From the Morning" (
"The Telephone Song" by Stevie Ray Vaughn.
"Morning Song" by Zero 7.
"Just the Morning" by Lyle Lovett.
"Morning Bell" by Radiohead.
Maroon 5 - "Sunday Morning"
"Postcard from a Dream" - Poi Dog Pondering
"Toast and Jelly"
Touch me in the morning - Diana Ross
A Little Lovin' by Dusty Springfield:
The Forecast, by Robert Cray
The Day Begins
Dawn: Dawn Is A Feeling
The Morning: Another Morning
All from Days of Future Passed, by The Moody Blues (The first one is not a song)
Early Morning Rain, by Gordon Lightfoot
garden of simple, by ani difranco.
Morning Song - Jewel
Art of Cooking For Two - The Lucksmiths
Tom Waits songs - Eggs and Sausage, The Ghosts of Saturday Night
G.Love's "milk and cereal".
"Bright sunshiny day" and "java jive" "Good Morning, Baltimore" from Hairspray
"Fishing in the Morning" -- Dar Williams
"I Got the Sun in the Morning" from Annie, Get Your Gun
"E Ku'u (Morning Dew)" -- Iz (in Hawai'ian; translation)
"Farewell, Andromeda (Welcome to My Morning)" -- John Denver
"Morning Hymn / Alleluia" from The Sound of Music
"Morning Glow" from Pippin
"Watercolour Morning" -- Fivepenny Piece
"Saturday Morning in the City" -- Brian Wilson (2004)
"Oh You Pretty Things!"- David Bowie
40oz for Breakfast by Blackalicious.
"First of May" by Jonathon Coulton.
Harry Nilsson's - Think About your Troubles
Robert Earl Keen - "Five Pound Bass."
"How d'ya like your eggs in the morning?" by Dean Martin & Helen O'Connell (1951)
"Monday Morning's No Good Coming Down" by The Eighteeth Day of May.
"Sunday Morning Coming Down" -
Don't Mug Yourself (The Streets):
Powdered Milk Man (The Aquabats!)
"Tangerine" by Buffalo Tom


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Posted 22 June 2007 - 07:38 PM

Dan Fogelberg

"To The Morning"
Political Correctness is a doctrine fostered by a delusional, illogical, liberal minority, and rabidly promoted by an unscrupulous mainstream media, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a turd by the clean end.

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Posted 23 June 2007 - 05:49 AM


I'm too lazy to read that big-ass list!

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Posted 23 June 2007 - 12:00 PM

Beautiful Day - U2

In the Morning - Razorlight

Morning Glory - Oasis


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Posted 28 June 2007 - 05:16 AM

View PostExcrement_Cranium, on Jun 23 2007, 12:49 PM, said:

I'm too lazy to read that big-ass list!


me too. i only came over to this thread cos i thought it said 'happy mondays' songs. my bad, lol.
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