Morning glory

Good morning!

One of my friends has the weirdest morning routine. Every day, as soon as she wakes up, she listens to Born in the USA by Bruce Springsteen. It’s always the same song, and she’s kept this up for several years. She pumps up the volume, too.

I’m not much of a morning person, and any kind of music would probably just irritate me just after I woke up. But if I did want to hear something that early, I would probably choose the Rolling Stones song Start me up. It just seems more appropriate.

PS. My friend isn’t even born in the USA. She’s Norwegian.

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9 Responses to Morning glory

  1. Araceli Estrada says:

    LOL! I did something similar for a while with “Here Comes the Sun” by The Beatles. It was my way to wake up happy and just feeling good. But if I were waking up to work out and needed to get myself in an energetic mood, then I too would probably go with The Rolling Stones. Excellent choice Antonia :-)

  2. Rob says:

    I’d go for “Here in your bedroom” with Goldfinger!

  3. Arantxa says:

    To me, in the morning, all that my body asked is silence. I like my coffee while listening to the news, but any music, shout, or noise drives me on my nerves.

  4. Laura says:

    I used to listen to “O Green World” by Gorillaz every morning on the way to work…not the cheeriest of songs but it had a great “walking down the street” beat. :)

  5. nikskie says:

    how cute is that photo???
    i have Carpet Crawlers from Genesis stuck in my head this past few weeks.and i love it!!

  6. Maggie says:

    I’m not really myself until I’ve had a chance to eat breakfast and shower. Before then, I want relative quiet. After I’ve eaten and showered I always listen to music. Usually just my library on shuffle. I like the surprise of what comes up next. :)

  7. Annelien says:

    As soon as I wake up I listen to the radio. Otherwise I’m afraid I’ll fall back asleep again haha.

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