"Come Tomorrow" as written by Frank Augustus, Bob Elgin and Dolores Phillips....
About the time I'm eight years old
I met the Devil, kept my soul
Walkin' out on lakes of fire and I'm gone
Walkin' in a wonderland
And I don't really understand
The place I'm comin' to right now today

Come tomorrow, you could see the light
Come tomorrow, break it right down to the place you were before

Fifteen years on down the line
I guess you'd say I'm doin' fine
Wandering down that same old road again
Walkin' in a wonderland
But Alice doesn't understand
The place she's comin' to right now today


On your knees, you'll be begging me please
As you feel the disease
You're going down again tonight

See me runnin', watch me fall
I guess you'd say I've finally found my own,
See me cryin' and wonder why
I guess you'd say its time to die today


Lyrics submitted by Mordred

"Come Tomorrow" as written by John Townes Van Zandt

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General CommentThe lyrical content states that you can go on an on an forward an you can open a bunch of doors, 'n keep on walkin but you always end up right back where you started everytime.

    I think lifes like that. I mean you're gonna end up where you end up it's just how it happens, you know what path you're gonna choose, you know. Are you gonna be respectful on the road to get there or are you gonna be a little weasel along the side?
    That's it, that's just basically me going - fuck man whatever i do man, every book of the chapter of life i keep on ending up in the same thing...
    one who waitson October 11, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI lost the CD that has this song on it!
    JAStewarton January 23, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI agree its probably about life and how you always end up in the same place. But I always though the song is also about sex "Move a little slower Come a little faster
    Maxpowerson May 13, 2008   Link

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