Sunday, September 20, 2009


"You see, Mr. Scott? In the water I'm a very skinny lady."
- Mrs. Belle Rosen

Aside from the sinking of the Poseidon itself drowning Oscar winner veterans, the film is best known by the very hopeful song The Morning After sung by Maureen McGovern which was dubbed by Renee Armand in the film. A memorable '70's disaster flick. And an even more memorable movie theme. The song won the best original song in the Oscars.

sung by: Maureen McGovern
Renee Armand

There’s got to be a morning after
If we can hold on through the night
We have a chance to find the sunshine
Let’s keep on looking for the light.

Oh, can’t you see the morning after
It’s waiting right outside the storm
Why don’t we cross the bridge together
And find a place that’s safe and warm.

It’s not too late, We should be giving
Only with love can we climb, It’s not too late
Not while we’re living, Let’s put our hands out in time.

There’s got to be a morning after
We’re moving closer to the shore
I know we’ll be there by tomorrow
And we’ll escape the darkness
We won’t be searching anymore.

There’s got to be a morning after...

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