"Tomorrow" as written by and Elena Tonra....
By tomorrow we'll be swimming with the fishes
Leave our troubles in the sand
And when the sun comes up
We'll be nothing but dust
Just the outlines of our hands

By tomorrow we'll be lost amongst the leaves
In a wind that chills the skeletons of trees
And when the moon, it shines, I will leave two lines
Just find my love, then find me

But don't bring tomorrow
'Cause I already know
I'll lose you
Don't bring tomorrow
'Cause I already know
I'll lose you
I'll lose you

By tomorrow I'll be left in the darkness
Amongst your cold sheets
And your shoes will be gone
And your body warmth no longer beside me

But don't bring tomorrow
'Cause I already know
I'll lose you
Don't bring tomorrow
'Cause I already know
I'll lose
I'll lose
You


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"Tomorrow" as written by Elena Veronica Tonra

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    General CommentLYRIC CORRECTION:

    By tomorrow we'll be swimming with the fishes
    Leave out troubles in the sand
    And when the sun comes up
    We'll be nothing but dust
    Just the outlines of our hands

    By tomorrow we'll be lost amongst the leaves
    In a wind that chills the skeletons of trees
    And when the moon, it shines, I will leave two lines
    Just find my love, then find me

    But don't bring tomorrow
    'Cause I already know
    I'll lose you
    Don't bring tomorrow
    'Cause I already know
    I'll lose
    Lose you

    By tomorrow I'll be left in the darkness
    Amongst your cold sheets
    And your shoes will be gone
    And your body warmth no longer beside me

    So don't bring tomorrow
    'Cause I already know
    I'll lose you
    Don't bring tomorrow
    'Cause I already know
    I'll lose
    I'll lose
    You
    Akumion July 24, 2013   Link

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