Wake Up (Ozma song)

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This article is about the the 2003 Ozma song. For the Rentals demo recorded in 1995, see "Wake Up" (The Rentals song).
"Wake Up"
Wake Up cover
Song by Ozma
Album Spending Time on the Borderline
Released 2003
Length 3:41
Label Kung Fu Records
Writer(s) Ryen Slegr
Daniel Brummel
Producer(s) Chris Fudurich
Status Officially released
Spending Time on the Borderline track listing
"Eponine"
(10)
"Wake Up"
(11)
"Light Years Will Burn"
(12)
This song is part of the "Wake Up" lineage of songs

"Wake Up" is the eleventh track from Spending Time on the Borderline.

Appearances

Overview

Notable about this song is that it features Rachel Haden on backup vocals. This song seamlessly transitions into the next track "Light Years Will Burn". This song started its life as the Commuter Music song "Dominow School".

Audio

Lyrics

Take my hand and follow me to bed
Say you didn't really mean it
When you told me to go drop dead

Smile that smile that only you can smile
Say you'll love me in the morning
After we've slept in a while

Take my hand and follow me instead
Say you'll love me in the morning
After we've cleared out our heads

Nightmares, they've been plaguing me
I'm trapped in a fearful mind
Oh, but only till the morning time

Wake up and love me, baby
So what if we fought last night?
We'll start today off right
Let's put it all behind us
Do something to help remind us of how we fell in love

Smile that smile we're only here a while
Say you're never gonna ditch me
When true love goes out of style

Nightmares, they've been chasing me
I'm lost in a labyrinth mind
Oh, but only till the morning time

Wake up and love me, baby
So what if we fought last night?
We'll start today off right
Let's put it all behind us
Do something to help remind us of how we fell in love

We fell in love
We fell in love
We fell in love
We fell in love

See also