Supremes, The - Early Morning Love Lyrics




Early, early
Early morning love before I wake up
Early, early
He gives me early morning love before I wake up

On this morning paper, coffee in his cup
(Cup running over)
Sweet things he does I can't get enough
(Can't get enough)
I love the way he takes the time
To talk to me before he gets up

He never asked for breakfast in bed
(What does he ask for?)
He reaches out to me instead (Reach on out, baby)
He knows just what to say (Such a sweet thing)
He knows just how to start my day

He gives me early morning love
That's when I wake up (Early)
Such sweet early morning love before I wake up
Ooh, early morning love
That's when I wake up (Early)
He gives me early morning love before I wake up

Just as sure as the sun will rise
That look of love is in his eyes
He's running late for work sometimes
But leaves me smiling and left behind

Though he never asked for breakfast in bed
He reaches out to me instead
He knows just what to say
He knows just how to start my day

He gives me early morning love
That's when I wake up (Early)
Such sweet early morning love before I wake up
Early, sweet, early
Sweet early morning love before I wake up

Early, that early morning love
Give it to me now
Early, that early morning love
Give it to me now

Mmm... we made love (We made love)
All through the night (In the night)
Something about (Something about)
That morning light (I see the light...)
Hey, shines through my window
That wants me more, that takes control
But if you wake before I do,
Touch my shoulder, turn me over

Early morning love that's when I wake up
Everybody ought a try some (Early morning love)
Early morning love (Before I wake up)
I need some early morning love when I wake up (Early)
I love that early morning love before I wake up
Ooh, that early morning love when I wake up
He gives that early morning love before I wake up
Got to have that early morning love
That sweet early morning love...





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Supremes, The Early Morning Love Comments
  1. Brian Summers

    Wonderful tune. What a blessing they were to our ear's and eyes. Yes indeed. O and by the way the world can't live by one diva alone. Sad it would be if it did.

  2. Violet Valentine

    Yasssssss MARY WILSOOOOOOOON the one and only Mary, along with the only one and only Scherrie and Cindy too

  3. Cristofer Imak

    VERY upbeat. I love it!!

  4. malc mitchell

    great tune,,, great sound,, and Mary Wilson on lead ,, GREAT...

  5. Edgar Soberón Torchia

    This is not the correct speed of this song, it is accelerated. This said, I love it, It was the flip side of "I'm Gonna Let My Heart Do the Walking", and it was released as a single on November 7, 1975 in the UK, with "Where Is It I Belong" as B side.

  6. Charles Marcus

    Mary Wilson is on lead in this song. They performed this song on Soul Train in July 1975. This is good music here. Groups like The Supremes, Temptations, O'Jays, Commodores, The Jacksons, Isley Brothers, Emotions, Earth Wind & Fire, Kool and The Gand, Ohio Players they were just singing bout the good stuff. Scherrie Payne was in a group 'The Glass House before joining the Supremes in 1973,being the trio's last lead singer but not every song, the group did disband before Scherrie joined the girl group.

  7. Kevin Piggott

    Fairfield Halls Croyden, September 1975.  I was there.

    Violet Valentine

    Man, I wish FFH had shows like this today

  8. J De

    Very true. When the group started out, Mary and Flo had been singing in Church and in local groups for years and had their own distinctive vocal styles. Diana came to the group without any kind of discernable sound of her own. The film DREMSGIRLS was dead on it how Curtis Taylor/Barry Gordy singled out Deena Jones/Diana Ross as lead singer -- because she had no sound of her own and could be "molded" into sounding anyway he needed her to.

  9. RUDYNATACHA

    Agreed. The ironic part of it is that Diana Ross was probably the worst singer of all the women in the Supremes (not to say she's not a good singer, the others were just better, especially Scherrie Payne and Jean Terrell), she's just the one who would put out to Berry Gordy.

    timothyy pearson

    yes the Motown machine molded dianes voice I read where they wanted a cross of eartha kitt and Minnie mouse and that's what they created it worked reason being it could cut through trasitor radios

  10. J De

    Sadly, by this point in their collective career (1974-75), the Supremes were essentially being ignored by Motown. Barry Gordy was funneling most of the company's resources into making Diana Ross a household name.

    Terrell CF

    Oh shut the fuck up dumb ass. The 70s Supremes were on TV all The time. You couldn't ask for better promotion then that. You 70s Supremes lackeys can't accept the fact they sucked.

  11. RUDYNATACHA

    Why on earth was this not a single????

    Nick Palmer

    It was in the UK.