Good Morning Gorgeous, song interpretation by Twila Hill

Good Morning Gorgeous, by Mary J. Blige

-original post by Twila Hill of justforthehillofit.com

-edited by Skylan Abraham

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    Music is one of those things that bring people together. A certain song will play and it will instantly remind me of a certain place and/or time: childhood memories of mom playing certain music when she is cleaning up the house, a road trip with the family, and other like memories. In this post, I will discuss my interpretation of Mary J. Blige's newest song, Good Morning Gorgeous. I love all of Mary J. Blige's songs because they are so real; she sings from the heart and reflects how most of us females feel from time to time.

    Good Morning Gorgeous talks about a woman who has been through some things: Depression, Hurt, Rejection, and Infidelity to name a few. These circumstances can make even the strongest person feel like they are not good enough and worthless.

    Things happen in life that bring you down. The song encourages us that, no matter what, we need to get up in the morning and look in the mirror and say, "good morning gorgeous."

    I especially love the part where she reminds us that it’s not about getting your hair fixed and makeup done, being gorgeous is deeper than that: we need to love ourselves. It is easy to forget who we are when we are going through life-changing events like loss, hurt, divorce, and other similar situations.

    To anyone who is feeling low, or may have forgotten one's self-worth, get up and say, "good morning gorgeous."

    Going through heartache? "Good Morning Gorgeous." Sleepless night? "Good Morning Gorgeous."



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Song Lyrics:
It's so hard just holding on
And even picking up my phone
It's hard enough to be (hard enough to sleep)
Hard enough to be alone
I'm just tryna move along (mm, mm)
Sometimes I do and then I don't
Tell me what I'm doing wrong
Tell myself that it ain't healthy
Second guessin' it don't help me
I'm so tired of feeling empty
Dry my eyes, it's time to fight
It seems like I'm always against me
Seems like this is never ending
And I refuse to let it end me
Mentally (mm, mm), spiritually (oh), physically
I need my peace, yes (oh)
I need my peace (oh, oh)
I wake up every morning and tell myself
Good morning, gorgeous
Sometimes you gotta look in the mirror and say
Good Morning, gorgeous
No one else could make me feel this way (yeah)
Good morning, gorgeous
Good morning (gorgeous)
Good morning, gorgeous
All the times that I hated myself (self)
All the times that I wanted to be someone else (else)
All the times that I should've been gentle with me
All the times that I should've been careful with me
Why did I hate myself? (Why did I hate?)
So intensely
Lord, help me
I wake up every morning and tell myself
Good morning, gorgeous
Sometimes you gotta look in the mirror and say (say)
Good morning, gorgeous
No one else could make me feel this way
Good morning (gorgeous)
Good morning, gorgeous (good morning, good morning, morning)
Good morning, gorgeous (oh, oh)
I ain't talkin' 'bout getting no hair n' make up (oh, no, no)
I'm talking about as soon as I wake up (oh, ooh, ah)
I say good morning (say good morning)
Good morning (good morning)
Good morning (oh, yeah)
Good morning, gorgeous (yeah, yeah, yeah)
Source: Musixmatch

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