Come Tomorrow, Come Today

Album: Losing Sleep (2010)
  • I ain't lying, no more tears
    It's good to be here, the best of my years
    Through the good times and the bad
    Never faltered, I've faced all my fears

    That awkward sense of being alive
    That awkward feeling deep inside

    Come tomorrow, come today
    I ain't lying, no more tears
    Come tomorrow, come today
    I ain't lying, no more tears
    No more tears

    Unforsaken, no excuses
    Seize the moment, it's worth all the strife
    There's a message and a passion
    In an instant, control of my life

    That awkward sense of being alive
    That awkward feeling deep inside

    Come tomorrow, come today
    I ain't lying, no more tears
    Come tomorrow, come today
    I ain't lying, no more tears
    No more tears Writer/s: EDWYN STEPHEN COLLINS, JOHNNY MARR
    Publisher: BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
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