Which song you would love to wake up to?

The other day I had set-up my bedside alarm clock to play the radio at the designated time, I was pleasantly surprised that at the very precise moment the song "Morning has broken" started to play. I have always loved this song and it happens to be my favourite Cat Stevens song. I felt so good that it did not take me long to get out of bed and feel energized somehow. Normally if I use the buzzer, I would end-up using the snooze button a few times before actually getting out of bed. Lazy me!

Another alternative would be the song by Johnny Nash "I can see clearly now. A really upbeat and feel good song

If you had an alarm and were able to set up a recording to wake up to like an alam clock with a built-in cd player/MP3 player, which song/music would you ideally like to wake up to to start your day?

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If you've got video with your alarm clock, this wouldn't be too bad:


Susannah Hoffs covering Bad Company's "Feel Like Makin' Love"
Only because I can't seem to get it out of my head lately:

Peter Gabriel - Digging In The Dirt
agree w/Tbromgard, Here Comes the Sun my top pic
Brand New Day, Van Morrison
A Beautiful Morning, the Rascals
Everybodys Talkin at Me, Nilsson
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I would select Van Morrison Brand New Day as soon as Here Comes the Sun ends. Great tune
I tried waking to music a few times and felt nauseous. Prefer some sort of gentle alarm sound that increases in volume. Music is art, not noise to kick ya alive. I like to wake to relative quiet and find I slept a few hours more than usual .... and .... it is a long weekend!
James Brown, "Sex Machine". Mostly because they sing "get up, get on up" over and over again

That's so good, it should have mine :-) What the perfect song to wake up to as "A Day In The Life" by the Beatles...excellent!
Yes, but the correct lyrics would be "fell out of bed"...haven't listened to it in a long time.
"Sunrise" by Norah Jones is one that gets played often in my house in the early hours. Another is "For the Morning" by Alli Rogers. Both really beautiful in different ways, and set a strong and beautiful melody-line to the day.
Martykl, have to agree with you about waking up to anything Hoffs did on video, something about that chick!