au·bade ( – bahd) n.
- A song or instrumental composition concerning, accompanying, or evoking daybreak.
- A poem or song of or about lovers separating at dawn.
He was usually still awake when the birds began to warble their aubade.
— Christopher Buckley, "What was Robert Benchley?," National Review, June 16, 1997
[French, from Old French albade, from Old Provencal albada, from alba, dawn, aubade, from Latin, feminine of albus, white.
See albho- in Indo-European Roots.]
Some things are just too sweet not to share.