Hey Tomorrow

Album: Jim and Ingrid Croce (1969)
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  • Hey tomorrow, where are you goin'
    Do you have some room for me
    'Cause night is fallin' and the dawn is callin'
    I'll have a new day if she'll have me

    Hey tomorrow, I can't show you nothin'
    You've seen it all pass by your door
    So many times I said I been changin'
    Then slipped into patterns of what happened before

    'Cause I've been wasted and I've over-tasted
    All the things that life gave to me
    And I've been trusted, abused and busted
    And I've been taken by those close to me

    Hey tomorrow you've gotta believe that
    I'm through wastin' what's left of me
    'Cause night is fallin' and the dawn is callin'
    I'll have a new day if she'll have me

    Hey tomorrow, where are you goin'
    Do you have some room for me
    'Cause night is fallin' and the dawn is callin'
    I'll have a new day if she'll have me
    I'll have a new day if she'll have me Writer/s: JAMES CROCE
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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