Sunday Morning Lyrics

No Doubt


publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Todd N. Terry
album: Track 9 in album Tragic Kingdom
release date: 1995-10-10
popularity : 18 users have visited this page.
genres: Rock Reggae Funk / Soul Pop
styles: Alternative Rock/Ska/Pop Rock
length: 4:33
producer: Matthew Wilder
mixer: Paul Palmer and David J. Holman
recorded by: Phil Kaffel
writer: Gwen Stefani, Eric Stefani, Tony Kanal

Cover Art

No Doubt Tragic Kingdom cover art
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Sappy pathetic little me
That was the girl I used to be
You had me on my knees

I'd trade you places any day
I'd never thought you could be that way
But you looked like me on Sunday

You came in with the breeze
On Sunday morning
You sure have changed since yesterday
Without any warning
I thought I knew you
I thought I knew you
I thought I knew you well, so well

You're trying my shoes on for a change
They look so good but fit so strange
Out of fashion, so I can complain

You came in with the breeze
On Sunday morning
You sure have changed since yesterday
Without any warning
I thought I knew you
I thought I knew you
I thought I knew you well, so well

I know who I am, but who are you?
You're not looking like you used to
You're on the other side of the mirror
So nothing's looking quite as clear
Thank you for turning on the lights
Thank you, now you're the parasite
I didn't think you had it in you
And now you're looking like I used to!

You came in with the breeze
On Sunday morning
You sure have changed since yesterday
Without any warning
And you want me badly
Because you cannot have me
I thought I knew you
But I've got a new view
I thought I knew you well, oh well

On Sunday morning
And I don't want it
Sunday morning
I thought I knew you
Sunday morning
Oh you want me badly
Can have it
Sunday morning
Sunday morning
Sunday morning


Track Listing


CD 1
  • 1 Spiderwebs
  • 2 Excuse Me Mr.
  • 3 Just a Girl
  • 4 Happy Now?
  • 5 Different People
  • 6 Hey You
  • 7 The Climb
  • 8 Sixteen
  • 9 Sunday Morning
  • 10 Don’t Speak
  • 11 You Can Do It
  • 12 World Go ’Round
  • 13 End It on This
  • 14 Tragic Kingdom