"Tomorrow's World" as written by Al Saxon and Donald Black....
There's still no hotel on the moon.
(I remember reading there would be a pill you could take, instead of eating a meal)
And no-one has traveled to Mars.
(And everyone would live in things called biospheres)
This is the year where the future was set.
(And everything would be virtual reality)
There's still no hotel on the moon.
(And virtual reality's still only a dream)
I've not seen a time machine yet.

This is today, but this is tomorrow.
Here it is, tomorrow's world.
This is today, but this is tomorrow.
Here it is, tomorrow's world.

I spoke on a video phone.
(I read a story from the past)
I played round in cyberspace too.
(I read a story from the past, that was set in the present)
Here's where the future was set.
(I read a story about the future)
And here are the things that we do.

This is today, but this is tomorrow.
Here it is, tomorrow's world.
This is today, but this is tomorrow.
Here it is, tomorrow's world.

This is today, but this is tomorrow.
Here it is, tomorrow's world.
This is today, but this is tomorrow.
Here it is, tomorrow's world.


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"Tomorrow's World" as written by Donald Black Al Saxon

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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