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Good Morning World
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Easy listening ballad about our relationship to the world and God
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Doug Buche
U.S. Copyright office, 2010
Patriotic and Inspirational Songs by Doug Buche
Tue Jun 29, 2010
Country : Christian Country
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» highest in charts:   # 99   (68,641 songs currently listed in Country)
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About the song
Much social friction and "heat" has been created by the argument about "global warming". This song presents the idea that mankind is still very young. We don't know what we don;t know sometimes and maybe we should put a little more trust in God.
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Good Morning World

By Doug Buche, 2010 all rights reserved
(Chords added at the request of some friends who want to play it)

Chorus:
G C Am
Good morning world. How'd you sleep last night?
C F
Did you have some good dreams?
G C
Are you feeling all right?
F C G
Oh Lord, let me thank you again. For giving us this world.
C
Mankind's best friend.

1st Verse:
F G
Some people wanna say that when you blow and you shake.
F G
You are being mad at us and punishing our mistakes.
C Cm7
But you've been doin that way before we were born.
F D
Blowin your breath, stretchin your legs, to keep yourself warm.

Chorus:

G C Am
Good morning world. How'd you sleep last night?
C F
Did you have some good dreams?
G C
Are you feeling all right?
F C G
Oh Lord, let me thank you again. For giving us this world.
C
Mankind's best friend

2nd Verse:
F G
You've gotten old enough to have a wrinkle or two.
F G
You'll keep getting older like the rest of us do.
C Cm7
The creatures on your surface will come and they'll go.
F D
How long they will be around, only you and God know.

Bridge:
F Cm7
But we'll always be your children, that will never change.
F D
Even when we leave for the stars and seem out of range.

Repeat Chorus and End: