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Can one use these phrases interchangeably with "Good morning"?
Or, "Good morning, sunshine" is usually said to someone who's just woken up?
Please explaine how these expressions are used.

Thank you.
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It reminds me of the the thing with the states... I forget the whole exchange, but "What did Delaware?" (Della wear) "I don't know, Alaska!" (I'll ask her) was in there.
I never heard Morning Glory except as a name of a rose. It is very pale pink, with a long stem and it does look glorious when it is erect but not fully ready with drops of morning dew on it.

But, can I say to a man he's my sunshine if he's my sunshine?

Or is it something that is said only by men to woman?

Alexa
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it was 2005 five when u hve aked this Question now u got the answer am sure cuz its 2007 now! lol
I dont think that there is any special meaning. But my husband wakes me every morning for the last 14 years with this, Good morning, glory. He never misses a day.
Good Morning Glory is a song by Buck Owens. My parents would sing either one of these songs to us children to help us have a good day.
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"Good morning, sunshine" is more of term of endearment. You usually say it to a child or to someone with whom you would flirt. You probably would not say it to a co-worker or someone on the street. "Good morning, Glory" is an expression used in the sme manner, but usually by older people. I am mid-thrities and have never said this in my life. I am not even sure i have heard my parents say it. My granparents would say this.
Good morning, glory! My mom used to use this expression often; she grew up in Texas. It was always a beautiful day and she was joyous when using it. I use it occasionally. I've been curious lately about it's origin. 2010
Alexa For AustraliaI never heard Morning Glory except as a name of a rose. It is very pale pink, with a long stem and it does look glorious when it is erect but not fully ready with drops of morning dew on it.But, can I say to a man he's my sunshine if he's my sunshine? Or is it something that is said only by men to woman?Alexa
I have a feeling that "good morning, sunshine" existed first, and then came "good morning, glory" which was a rather clever take-off.

I once had a friend that liked to say things like "don't let your lips stick" [wish I could remember more of them, but he's gone now].
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Grammar GeekIt reminds me of the the thing with the states... I forget the whole exchange, but "What did Delaware?" (Della wear) "I don't know, Alaska!" (I'll ask her) was in there.
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