Oh, how I hate to get up in the morning. . .

As I am sure you know, NASA plans to end the use of shuttles. In honor of the end of the shuttle missions, NASA plans to allow folks to write wake-up songs, with the winning song being played during the final mission.

Traditionally, the wake-up songs are selected by friends and family of the crews, but for the last two scheduled missions, NASA is inviting the public to take part in a “Wake-up Song Contest” to select songs from a list of the Top 40 previous wake-up calls for the penultimate mission or to submit original tunes for consideration for the final shuttle flight, a NASA release said Friday.

The two songs receiving the most votes from the Top 40 list will be played as crew wake-up calls on the final scheduled flight of space shuttle Discovery, set to launch Nov. 1.

For the article and more information on entering the contest, if you are so inclined, CLICK HERE.

This is my choice.

What?

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