"Till Tomorrow" as written by and Don Mclean....
What can this be?
Can you tell me?

Would you like to discover why we're not free, to be lovers?
I've been wanting to ask you

Where has all the love gone and what have we become?
Storm clouds full of thunder move silent as they drum.
And when they're gone, we'll be fine, till tomorrow.
Though I hope it won't rain.

You will be mine and my sorrow will take wings in the morning.
High above the heavens a rainbow paints the sky.
White doves sing their songs of love.
I watch them as they fly and wonder.
What can this be? Can you tell me?
Would you like to discover why we're not free, to be lovers?


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"Till Tomorrow" as written by Don Mclean

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    General Commentwhats with the verse chorus labels?

    its just a song, just verses, no pointless repetition of choruses, just a well written song that carries on from where it left off instead of coming back to one point
    sl8ron July 18, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI always think of two people living in the woods in two seperate cabins, but pretty close to each other, that love each other but are both too shy to say so, and he hopes it won't rain, etc. because he has a ritual of walking over to the other's place.
    TheThornBirdson June 10, 2009   Link

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