Tomorrow Will Be Kinder

Album: The Hunger Games: Songs from District 12 and Beyond (2012)
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  • Black clouds are behind me, I now can see ahead
    Often I wonder why I try hoping for an end
    Sorrow weighs my shoulders down
    And trouble haunts my mind
    But I know the present will not last
    And tomorrow will be kinder

    Tomorrow will be kinder
    It's true, I've seen it before
    A brighter day is coming my way
    Yes, tomorrow will be kinder

    Today I've cried a many tear
    And pain is in my heart
    Around me lies a somber scene
    I don't know where to start
    But I feel warmth on my skin
    The stars have all aligned
    The wind has blown, but now I know
    That tomorrow will be kinder

    Tomorrow will be kinder
    I know, I've seen it before
    A brighter day is coming my way
    Yes, tomorrow will be kinder

    A brighter day is coming my way
    Yes, tomorrow will be kinder Writer/s: Laura Elizabeth Rogers, Lydia Lane Rogers
    Publisher: O/B/O CAPASSO, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
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