"Tomorrow Is a Long Time" as written by and Bob Dylan....
If today was not a crooked highway
If tonight was not a crooked trail
If tomorrow wasn't such a long time
Then lonesome would mean nothing to you at all

Yes, and only if my own true love was waitin'
If I could hear her heart softly poundin'
Yes, and only if she was lyin' by me
Could I lie in that bed once again

I can't see my reflection in the water
I can't speak the sounds to show no pain
I can't hear the echo of my footsteps
Or remember the sound of my own name

Yes, and only if my own true love was waitin'
If I could hear her heart softly poundin'
Yes, and only if she was lyin' by me
Could I lie in that bed once again

There's beauty in that silver singing river
There's beauty in that rainbow in the sky
Ah but none of these and nothing else could touch the beauty
That I remember in my own true love's eyes

Yes, and only if my own true love was waitin'
If I could hear her heart softly poundin'
Yes, and only if she was lyin' by me
Could I lie in that bed once again



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