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Britta and Abed listening to daybreak

  
Daybreak
  ♫Daybreak  
Michael Haggins

◄  Album : Daybreak  -  Performed by: Michael Haggins (Hummed by study group)  ►
  Composed by: Michael Haggins  -  First heard: "Horror Fiction in Seven Spooky Steps"



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Hmmm...hmmm...hmmm, hmmm, hmmm...

Why are you doing the entire song?!
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Pierce reacting to Abed humming "Daybreak"

Abed hums Daybreak
Abed hums "Daybreak".
In the Study Group's third year at Greendale, Abed was encouraged to tell a Horror story during Britta's pre-Halloween party. It featured a song called "Daybreak that he hummed in the middle of his narration. Only Troy enjoyed hearing this as everyone else, particularly Pierce, was annoyed and wanted Abed to finish his tale. The infectious melody was later hummed by some of the other study group members over the years and also played on the campus radio by Neil. It was first heard in the Season Three episode "Horror Fiction in Seven Spooky Steps".


The song and its appearancesEdit

Michael Haggins - Daybreak05:27

Michael Haggins - Daybreak

Appearances:

"Horror Fiction in Seven Spooky Steps": When telling his horror story to the study group, Abed hums this song.


"Foosball and Nocturnal Vigilantism": Troy comes out of the blanket fort humming the song after Annie steps on Abed's prized "Dark Knight" DVD.


"Urban Matrimony and the Sandwich Arts": Annie hums it after walking out of the student lounge.


"Digital Exploration of Interior Design: Abed whistles it in New Fluffytown

"Virtual Systems Analysis": In the episode end tag, Troy briefly hums the song while holding a "Technical difficulties" sign when Abed has a nervous breakdown during the "taping " of "Troy and Abed in the Morning!".

"Pillows and Blankets": Fat Neil plays the song on the school's radio station.


"Paranormal Parentage": It's shown that Troy uses the song as his ringtone


"Alternative History of the German Invasion": Abed cuts to this song in his podcast during the credits.


"Cooperative Escapism in Familial Relations": Shirley hums the song as she is doing laundry

"Intro to Felt Surrogacy": During the credits, Abed starts humming the song as the rest follows.

TriviaEdit

The song "Daybreak is a Jazz melody written and performed by Michal Haggins. The song was originally released on the 2005 album also titled "Daybreak" by the independent label Cuate Records Corporation. Haggins, an American Jazz bassist and song writer, has had his work used in other primetime network programs such "Happy Endings" on ABC and "Raising Hope" on FOX. On August 28, 2012, Megan Ganz tweeted that Michael Haggins visited the set of Community, leading to speculation that he will have a cameo in a Season Four episode. The tweet also reveals that Daybreak is Abed's favorite song.



Micheal Haggins visits Community
Micheal Haggins visits the Community set.

External linkEdit

Michael Haggins' official website.

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