"Tomorrow" as written by Lee Ryan and Mike Hamilton....
Pulled into the station
And they're playing Waylon Jennings
When you're driving through so late at night
You'll see the lights are blinding
Yeah, and I'll be thinking of you
Home, my baby's going home
My baby's going home

A million miles of nothing
Yeah, you're driving all alone
I can smell you on the pillow
Of the hotel room
Baby, make it and call me soon
Home, my baby's going home
My baby's going home
Home, my baby's going home
My baby's going home

Lyrics submitted by Shadee01, edited by rfripp

"Tomorrow" as written by Jean-philippe Freu Patrice Dany Edmonde Carrie

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    General CommentThis song was co-written by Carrie Hamilton, a close friend of Ryan's who worked on the 2003 album "Demolition" with him. Sadly, CC passed away before the album was released and Ryan was heartbroken. I think this song was written at the time Carrie was dying, the two lovers parting ways... tragic.

    "God Bless You Carrie Hamilton, Wherever You Are" Ryan Adams, 2002
    nononononononoon August 24, 2008   Link
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    General CommentTop tune. In 2002, Ryan said "I wrote that with a friend of mine, a playwright called Kerry Hamilton, who has since died of cancer. I was living in Room 1034 at the Hollywood Roosevelt, and it was written the day before she was going back to Colorado. It was the last time I was to see Kerry healthy. I'm still going through it and I haven't been able to touch it in a song."
    scratcherno1on January 07, 2011   Link

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