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"Good Morning Sunshine" is a song by Danish-Norwegian band Aqua from their debut album, Aquarium (1997). Released as the group's eighth single, their fifth in the United Kingdom, the song was the first to not be released worldwide since "Lollipop (Candyman)" (1997), and was the second UK release to not make it to number one (with the previous three doing so). The song was released in December 1998 and peaked at number 18 in the United Kingdom, becoming their lowest-charting song in the UK from the Aquarium album.
The song itself was similar to "Turn Back Time", with a slower beat to previous tracks. In a documentary released in the early 2000s, the group members and principal songwriters Søren Rasted and Claus Norreen played part of an early version of the song, which was similar to their more bubblegum dance songs. According to the two, the song was going to be released as another pop song, but was changed later on.
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