I'm dying tomorrow
In this house, this street, Chicago
I'm dying tomorrow
Did I, did I do it right?

Did I remember to sleep in
Take lots of pills
Commit Irreversible sins?
Did I, did I
At least try to kiss the prettiest girl
At the right time?
Did I remember to keep your beer as full as mine
Did I, did I remember to say cheers
Did I, did I at least try
To make sure everybody had a good time?
Had the best time

I'm dying tomorrow
In this house, this street, Chicago
I'm dying tomorrow
Did I, did I do it right?

Did I remember to stay up late
Drinking for the fun
Singing for the taste
Did I, did I
Run outside to kiss the rain
Underneath electrical skies?
Did I, did I remember to keep your beer as full as mine
Did I remember to say cheers
Did I, did I at least try to make sure everybody had a good time?
Had the best time

I'm dying tomorrow
In this house, this street, Chicago
I'm dying tomorrow
Did I do it right?


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I'm Dying Tomorrow Lyrics as written by Matthew Thomas Skiba Daniel Michael Andriano

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    General CommentNo, it's not suicide, according to me. I dig this song, though. I think it's more of a reflection on his life; did he live for happiness or was he just merely existing? Hmm... great song.
    dancingchiquitason June 14, 2002   Link

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