Lays down a Caribbean-style rhythm section to a disco beat, describing New York City in the early morning. Written in 1982 by Melvin van Peebles (director of the film, "Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song," and father of actor/director Mario Van Peebles) for his Broadway show "Waltz of the Stork."
The sun comes swaggering across the harbor
And kisses the lady waiting in the narrows
And she already plenty shaky stands there
Blushing, clutching the torch of liberty