Who Sang Early in the Mornin'? Ray Charles

Ray Charles The Genius Sings the Blues cover art
Release information
Writer(s): Charles Miller, Harold Ray I. Brown, Howard E. Scott, Jerry Goldstein, Le Roy L. Jordan, Lee Oskar, Morris Dewayne Dickerson, Sylvester Allen
Release Date: 1961-11
Genre: Jazz Funk / Soul Blues
Style: Soul-Jazz/Rhythm & Blues/Soul
length: 2:48
producer: Ahmet Ertegun and Jerry Wexler
Some other versions of "Early in the Mornin'"

Well now baby, tell me how do you do?
Ooo now baby, tell me how do you do?
Well I wanna say baby
I really got news for you

Well now baby, tell me what is your name?
Ooo now baby, tell me what is you name?
Well I'm in love with you baby
Supposin' you feel the same?

Well now baby, I really want you by my side
Ooo, now baby, swear I want you by my side
Well you in love, in the money
Keep your daddy satisfied

Well you finally mine, you really on the ball
Ooo, Lord by your by you're really on the ball
Well you know I start runnin'
Every time you call

Oh, Lord , babe
Rock, everybody rock, rock, rock
Everybody, jump, jump, jump
Everybody, wail, wail, wail
Everybody jump, jump, jump
Everybody, well are ya anybody

I said wail, wail
Oh, babe, oh, babe
Oh, babe, oh, babe
I believe in you when you say I do

Babe, talk about your baby you ought to be mine
Well, you can talk about your baby but you ought to be mine
Well she feels like an angel
And it ought to be an angel o' mine

Well, in the mornin' early in the morning
Oh, Lord in the evenin', do it in the mornin'
Well, early in the mornin'

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Early in the Mornin'
  • 2 Hard Times (Nobody Knows Better Than I)
  • 3 The Midnight Hour
  • 4 (Night Time Is) The Right Time
  • 5 Feelin' Sad
  • 6 Ray's Blues
  • 7 I'm Movin' On
  • 8 I Believe to My Soul
  • 9 Nobody Cares
  • 10 Mr. Charles' Blues
  • 11 Some Day Baby
  • 12 I Wonder Who

  • Release information
    label: Atlantic
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin