I learned about the poetry of Simon & Garfunkel when I attended high school. I had a very hip English teacher who played folk music for us in her class. We were taught to decipher and appreciate the poetic lyrics of Paul Simon in direct relationship to the exquisite voice of Art Garfunkel.
My English teacher was very enamored with the debut album by Simon & Garfunkel. I associate this recording with junior year when my music consciousness was raised above AM radio. I was about to enter the expanding universe of FM radio, where full album recordings enlightened the listener. This all took place in the fall of 1967, after the dust settled from the Summer of Love.
Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M. is both the album title and the last song on the album.