Tomorrow Never Came

Album: Lust For Life (2017)
  • Hey, what you doing?
    Not a lot
    Shaking and moving
    At my local spot
    Baby don't asky me why
    Don't ask me why
    Why, why, why, why, why, why?

    Lay Lady Lay
    On that side of paradise
    In the Tropic of Cancer
    'Cause if I had my way
    You'd would always stay
    And I'll be your tiny dancer, honey

    I waited for you
    In the spot you said to wait
    In the city, on a park bench
    In the middle of the pouring rain
    'Cause I adored you
    I just wanted things to be the same
    You said to meet me out there tomorrow
    But tomorrow never came
    Tomorrow never came

    Hey, what you thinking?
    Penny for your thoughts
    Those lights are blinking
    On that old jukebox
    But don't ask me why
    Just swallow some wine
    Wi-wi-wi-wi-wi-wi-wi-wine

    Stay, baby stay
    On the side of paradise
    In the Tropic of Cancer
    'Cause if I had my way
    You'd would always stay
    And you'd be my tiny dancer, baby

    I waited for you
    In the spot you said to wait
    In the city, on a park bench
    In the middle of the pouring rain
    'Cause I adored you
    And I just wanted things to be the same
    You said you'd meet me out there tomorrow
    But tomorrow never came
    Tomorrow never came

    Roses are in your country house
    We play guitar in your barn
    And everyday felt like some day and I
    I wish we had stayed home
    And I could put on the radio
    To our favourite song
    Lennon and Yoko
    We will play all day long
    "Isn't life crazy?", I said
    Now that I'm singing with Sean
    Whoa-oh

    I could keep waiting for you
    In that spot we'd always wait
    In the city, on the park bench
    In the summer, in the pouring rain
    Honey don't ignore me
    I just wanted it to be the same
    You said you loved me like no tomorrow
    Guess tomorrow never came, no, no, no
    Tomorrow never came, no, no
    Tomorrow never came, no, no, no
    Tomorrow never came Writer/s: ELIZABETH GRANT, RICK NOWELS, SEAN ONO LENNON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
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