"Tomorrow I'll Be Out of Town" as written by and Alvin Lee....
You know, tomorrow I'll be out of town
Baby, before the sun goes down
There's an agent and he's made a bet
That I'll be sitting on a jumbo jet
Baby, I'd like to stay here
Baby, I'd like to play here
But I made a deal
And though it don't seem real
Just another day
I'll be three thousand miles away
I got to pay my dues
You know I sing the blues
Got to do my thing
All I do is sing rock and roll

You know, tomorrow I'll be on my way
Flying through an other day
Places turn into a dream
I can't remember where I've been
Baby, I'd like to stop here
Baby, I'd like to drop here
But in a month or so
Then I will have to go
But it does no good
Still it's in my blood
I got to pay my dues
You know I sing the blues
Got to do my thing
All I do is sing rock and roll

Man must do what a man must do
No time to sit and wait
One day he's gonna realize
That it is too late

You know, tomorrow I'll be on my own
Flying through an other zone
Faces turn into a dream
I can't remember who I've seen
Baby, I'd like to lay here
Baby, I'd like to stay here
But there's an other show
And I just have to go
Still keep coming through
Don't know how I'll do
I got to pay my dues
You know I sing the blues
Got to do my thing
All I do is sing rock and roll


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"Tomorrow I'll Be Out of Town" as written by Alvin Lee

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