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Norah Jones — Good Morning
Album: Little Broken Hearts
Avg rating:
7.1

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Total ratings: 563









Released: 2012
Length: 3:16
Plays (last 30 days): 0
Good Morning

Good morning
My thoughts on leaving
Are back on the table
I thought you should know
And maybe powerful actions
Or powerful feelings
Will keep me from going

I'm folding my hand, hand
I'm folding my hand, hand

Good morning
Why did you do it?
I couldn't sleep
I knew you were gone
Our loving is all I was after
But you couldn't give it
So I'm moving on

I'm folding my hand, hand
I'm folding my hand, hand
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Sexy, sultry, sweet, sway the day away.
 MrsTom wrote:
The slightly off 3 note arpeggio in the background spoils this for me
  
averybadcat wrote:

yeah, i hate when that happens
 
Very clever segue from Portishead - The Rip - dragged that to my ear also.  Then the beauty of Nick Drake killed it off.  I love RP.
 Priapus wrote:
Everyone in MY CHURCH   has their teeth out

 
I suppose they are easier to clean that way? {#Cheesygrin}
 Priapus wrote:
Everyone in MY CHURCH   has their teeth out

 
Get a Polygrip on them. 
 MrsTom wrote:
The slightly off 3 note arpeggio in the background spoils this for me
 
yeah, i hate when that happens
{#Sleep}
The slightly off 3 note arpeggio in the background spoils this for me
3, I guess. Not really into the whole "lisping female vocalist" genre.
Sounds as if the last Portishead track remains playing behind the lines
Nice segue from Portishead - The Rip 
Everyone in MY CHURCH   has their teeth out
 musikluvr wrote:

Norah could sing me to sleep any time. Just love that voice.

 
......me to

 
 junebaby65 wrote:
Not bad for someone I usually refer to as "Snora Jones".

 
Norah could sing me to sleep any time. Just love that voice.
So glad to hear this instead of Say Goodbye off this same album.  I rate Say Goodbye a 1-Sucko-Barfo - it's the worst song I've ever heard from Norah.  But this is great, Norah doing what she does best - it's an 8.  It's pretty unusual for me to have such a wide difference in ratings for two songs off the same album...
Not bad for someone I usually refer to as "Snora Jones".
 ambrebalte wrote:
Film poster for the 1965 exploitation movie Mudhoney

 
It's quite a good movie actually; I haven't seen it in years.  Oh, good tune too.
I love those quiet little bells...I find this song captivating
this is 'over-the-top-good' into "Steely Dan's" 22nd worse song..How Great
 ambrebalte wrote:
Film poster for the 1965 exploitation movie Mudhoney
 
https://artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/02/21/mudhoney-norah-jones-and-a-vintage-film-poster/
Film poster for the 1965 exploitation movie Mudhoney
What I don't like is the squeaky fingers on the acoustic guitar. Otherwise I think this is lovely.
 johnjconn wrote:


I don't typically agree with a Bozo, but I gotta go with the clown with the orange hair and red nose on this one.
Norah sounds hot
 
Hey, I'll bite!
Helllllllp , Im sinking into her goddess like voice 
I'm liking what I've heard from this CD, but this tune is a bit too much like her previous mellow-safe stuff. It's still better than most of her previous safe stuff. It has more personality.
It's hard to comment on a song that really touches the core....I'm impressed by these lyrics.
Woa. Pretty compelling stuff.
 coloradojohn wrote:
This, along with Jack White's new thang, is making me think this is shaping up to be a Summer of Hope, and Good Lord, that's a good thing!
 

I bought both just the other day. Not as far apart as you might think, musically speaking. Both really good efforts.
Give up the country stuff, Norah, this is much better.
 colt4x5 wrote:
She still has it!
 
At 33 I would hope so!
very, very nice norah. a solid 8.
She still has it!
{#Yes}

{#Arrow}

This, along with Jack White's new thang, is making me think this is shaping up to be a Summer of Hope, and Good Lord, that's a good thing!
What
A
Voice

...and what a talent!  Glad to have her in my collection - and on RP.
I am melting...
 Bozo wrote:
I've heard three cuts from this album and they are all outstanding.  Norah Jones is the real deal!!
 
You can listen to the whole thing on NPR first listen https://www.npr.org/2012/04/15/150302373/first-listen-norah-jones-little-broken-hearts
 Groogrux69 wrote:
Norah...You are looking mighty sexy{#Heartkiss}
 
Sounding so, as well!
I've heard three cuts from this album and they are all outstanding.  Norah Jones is the real deal!!
New Norah ......
nice
Norah...You are looking mighty sexy{#Heartkiss}