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I need some suggestions for a good song to wake up to. Anyone?

Asked by mulligrubs (22 points ) March 7th, 2010

I need to replace my morning alarm song and I’m a bit stuck for ideas. It’s currently Moonlight Kiss by Raul Malo but it’s becoming annoying and I actually love that song.

I prefer songs that makes me want to dance right out of bed and aren’t too loud or fast. For example: before Moonlight Kiss I had Chuck Berry singing the rather iconic Never Can Tell, before that it was Amphetamine Logic by Sisters of Mercy.

So yeah, let’s see what you guys can come up with. Or maybe you’d just like to share what is currently waking you up in the morning?

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malevolentbutticklish's avatar

This is the one I woke up to:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QRaX3hJ2MUU

(It is in the Terrorcore genre.)

LuckyGuy's avatar

Good morning Starshine
@marinelife You beat me to it by 2 seconds!

marinelife's avatar

@worriedguy Jinx! You owe me a coke.

LuckyGuy's avatar

Sold. Diet or regular?

chyna's avatar

@kevbo George Michael at his finest!

El_Cadejo's avatar

I currently wake up to dexters lab which is a nice way to wake up i think.

I also occasionally wake up with this stuck in my head

babaji's avatar

Good Day Sunshine – The Beetles

anartist's avatar

Wake up little Susie? Buddy Holly I think.

janbb's avatar

@anartist I’m pretty sure it’s the Everly Brothers actually.

How about “Walkin’ on Sunshine”?

janbb's avatar

Tis the Everly Brothers.

deni's avatar

Omg! Such a good pick with that Chuck Berry song. It’s one of my all time favorites. I dance every single time, lol. I suggest the President’s theme song “Hail to the chief” no, but seriously. It also makes me dance and makes me want to conduct an orchestra. The Twist by Chubby Checker?

anartist's avatar

movie sound clip GOOOOD MORNING VIEEETNAM that segues into whatever platter he spins along with the sound of choppers – - -

So appealed to me that I went looking for it after your question and just ordered the movie on Netflix

Fyrius's avatar

Owl City. Pick a song at random, odds are nine to one it’s a great song to wake up to with a happy energetic sugary flying start.

Facade's avatar

It’s in the Morning- Robin Thicke

gailcalled's avatar

Reveille by this army bugler. This should have your feet on the floor in seconds.

Arisztid's avatar

This would wake you up.

loser's avatar

3 Little Birds by Bob Marley

rebbel's avatar

Matt Bianco – Get Out Of Your Lazy Bed

liminal's avatar

I wonder if you would like this: Dan Zanes – Jump Up

iphigeneia's avatar

Mine is Lungs and Livers from Repo! The Genetic Opera. It’s short so it plays over and over again, for maximum annoyance.

sweetteaindahouse's avatar

Good Day Sunshine or Here Comes the Sun. Both by The Beatles

cockswain's avatar

The theme from Rocky, Raiders of the Lost Ark, or Superman

Zerstorte's avatar

IT’S THE FINAL COUNTDOWN! da da da da By Europe.

FutureMemory's avatar

Long Tall Sally by Little Richard.

tb1570's avatar

Crazy Train, by Ozzy Osbourne!

gailcalled's avatar

@FutureMemory: “Long Tall Sally” will make you want to stay in bed and not get up.

Ditto “Ride, Sally, Ride” by Lou Reed.

Jeremycw1's avatar

@Arisztid I strangely kinda like that song haha
I would pick Jump by Van Halen or HEAVY METAL!!! that would wake you up!!

JeffVader's avatar

Try this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGLXpIojJkg it wakes me with a smile :)

MRSHINYSHOES's avatar

This one by Ian Matthews. Somebody correct me if I’m wrong, but I believe it was featured in “Little Darlings”, a movie made in 1980 (?).
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHG__IAvWB0

seazen_'s avatar

@janbb “Wake Up Little Susie” is a popular song written by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant and published in 1957.The song is best known in a recording by The Everly Brothers.

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