"Good Morning Starshine" is a pop song from the musical Hair (1967). It was a No. 3 hit in the United States in July 1969 and a No. 6 hit in the United Kingdom in October 1969, for the singer Oliver.
The chorus makes extensive use of apparent nonsense words: "Glibby gloop gloopy, Nibby Nabby Noopy, La La La Lo Lo. Sabba Sibby Sabba, Nooby abba Nabba Le Le Lo Lo. Tooby ooby walla, nooby abba nabba, Early mornin' singin' song."
"Good Morning Starshine" is a song from the second act of the musical, Hair (1967). The song is performed by the character Sheila, played Off-Broadway in 1967 by Jill O'Hara and by Lynn Kellogg in the original 1968 Broadway production. In the 1979 film version of the musical, Sheila is portrayed by Beverly D'Angelo.
The Capitol Steps comedy group did a song parody, "Good Morning Starbucks".
In The Ren & Stimpy Show episode "Superstitious Stimpy" (1995), Stimpy uses the lyrics as an incantation to ward off evil on Tuesday the 17th.
In a 1996 episode of Wings, called "Life Could Be a Dream," Joe sings a couple lyrics during a fantasy sequence.
In the movie A Very Brady Sequel (1996), the villain, Trevor Thomas (played by Tim Matheson) (who posed as Roy Martin, Carol's first husband), ate psychoactive mushrooms in spaghetti that Alice cooked for him, and he daydreamed being in another world with this song.
In the Absolutely Fabulous episode "The Last Shout" (1996), the main character, Edina Monsoon, imagines this song being sung by dancing hippies.
In the movie Connie and Carla, when the bar reopens as a dinner theater, Connie (Nia Vardalos) says the guys should enter from the back of the house on "Good Morning, Starshine". They enter, singing the opening verse of the song. (This does not appear in the soundtrack of the film that was released, however.)
In the television sitcom Family Ties, Steven Keaton (Michael Gross) sings some lyrics from the song through his puppets, "Fluffy" and "Marv" in the episode, "It's My Party, Part 2", which originally aired on August 13, 1987.