Track AA is named "Woke Up This Morning (Aphrodite & Mickey Finn's Urban Takeover Mix)" on label, but simply as "Woke Up This Morning (Urban Takeover Mix)" on cover.
Woke Up This Morning" is a song by English band Alabama 3 from their 1997 album Exile on Coldharbour Lane. The song is best known as the opening theme music for The Sopranos, which used the "Chosen One Mix" of the song
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You woke up this morning got yourself a gun; Mama always said you'd be The Chosen One. She said: you're one in a million and you?ve got to burn to shine, But you were born under a bad sign, with a blue moon in your eyes. When ya woke up this morning all that love had gone, Your Papa never told you about right and wrong. Buttcha buttcha looking good, baby, I believe that ya feeling fine, shame about it, Born under a bad sign with a blue moon in your eyes. So sing it now, woke up this morning, ya got a blue moon, got a blue moon in your eyes.
You woke up this morning Got yourself a gun, Mama always said you'd be The Chosen One. She said: You're one in a million You've got to burn to shine, But you were born under a bad sign With a blue moon in your eyes. You woke up this morning All that love had gone Your Papa never told you About right and wrong. Alabama 3 frontman Rob Spragg wrote the song after hearing about the 1996 murder case of Sara Thornton, who stabbed her husband after 2 years of abuse, mistreatment and neglect. The song is co-written with Piers Marsh, Simon Edwards and Jake Black. Along with other versions of the song, the most famous version included on their second album La Peste, as well as others that include more mixing and one that switches from third person to first person point of view, the original version of the song comes from their first album, Exile on Coldharbour Lane, and includes a spoken intro.
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