If you were to pick out any song, you can punch holes in it - gramatically, musically, any-way-ly - and someone would be offended because they replaced "morning" with "evening" or used an "a" instead of a "the". The whole thing about music is the big picture - how a song sounds. What it means to a person at a particular moment (that's why people get thrown back to parts of their live when a seemingly unrelated song comes up on the radio). Certain chords, certain words, certain musical phrases suit certain songs and just suit the song, and as a song becomes accepted and established over time, it sticks. It'd be silly to criticise Mozart because he used a certain chord progression, liked and accepted over the years, just because it was just breaking the rules of music, or plainly incorrect.
You hate a song because of a gramatical issue of "morning" or "evening" weren't used, that's crazy. Plain and simple. Yu don't like a song because it just doesn't settle with you, or soen't do anything for you, that's fine