Catch Tomorrow

Album: Forget the World (2014)
  • He lost it all, he's homeless now
    Walking on Sunset Boulevard alone
    No place to go
    That's when I asked him what you're smiling for?
    He said I'm on this road, tryina catch tomorrow
    And every night she walks the streets
    With a little red dress looking for some love
    She's out to look
    But if you'll ask her what you're smiling for?
    She'd say I'm on this road, tryina catch tomorrow

    Oooh oh oh oooh oh oh
    I'm on this road, tryina catch tomorrow
    Oooh oh oh oooh oh oh
    I said I'm on this road, tryina catch tomorrow

    On great Aunt Osh she realized
    Everything she loved even goal
    All she got is a soul
    But if I'd ask her what you're smiling for?
    She'd say I'm on this road, tryina catch tomorrow
    Saw a bold miracle walking hand in hand
    No future at all
    Am in the cold
    Don't dare to ask them what you're crying for?
    I know I'm on this road tryina catch tomorrow

    Oooh oh oh oooh oh oh
    I'm on this road, tryina catch tomorrow
    Oooh oh oh oooh oh oh
    I'm on this road, tryina catch tomorrow Writer/s: ANDREW KIERSZENBAUM, ANDY SHEARMAN, BILAL HAJJI, DOROTHY SHEARMAN, DOROTHY V VERNE SHEARMAN, PAOLO PRUDENCIO, TIERCE ALEC JOHN PERSON, URALES VARGAS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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