"Live Tomorrow" as written by and Laleh Pourkarim....
It's cold around me, the night is young
The sun has fallen
And I've become the lonely one
The moon is dancing among the clouds

And my knees are shaking
And my dreams are braking
But I know I live
But I know I live, today

I know we could live tomorrow
(Live tomorrow)
But I know I live today,
I know we could live tomorrow
But I don't think we should wait!
No

I know we could live tomorrow
But I know I live today,
I know we could live tomorrow
But I don't think we should wait!
No

I know we could

Taking my life in my hands!
(The power who has it?)
Taking my life in my hands!
(The power who has it?)

I don't like to wait!
No, no
It's happening, It's happening
I don't like to wait!
No, no
It's happening

I know we could live tomorrow
But I know I live today,
I know we could live tomorrow
But I don't think we should wait!
No

I know we could live tomorrow
But I know I live today,
I know we could live tomorrow
But I don't think we should wait!
No

I know we could live tomorrow
(Live tomorrow)
But I know I live today
(I live today)
I know we could live tomorrow
(live tomorrow)
But I don't think we should wait!
No
(I live today)

I know we could live tomorrow
(Live tomorrow)
But I know I live today
I know we could live tomorrow
But I don't think we should wait!
No


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"Live Tomorrow" as written by Laleh Pourkarim

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    General CommentThe chorus to this song is just beautiful! To me, this song is a soft demand for living life. There are risks, but time is going too fast to worry about them.
    starryduston August 13, 2007   Link
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    General CommentTo me it's about refusing to keep waiting for something, moving on. Giving up on what could maybe be but at present is only puting your life on stand by.
    infotaupeon March 02, 2009   Link

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