Where the cold wind blows
Tomorrow never knows
Where your sweet smile goes
Tomorrow never knows
You and me, we been standing here my dear
Waiting for our time to come
Where the green grass grows
Tomorrow never knows

In the field your long hair flowed
Down by the Tildenberry tracks
There 'neath the water tower
I carried you on my back
Over the rusted spikes of that highway of steel
Where no more thunder sounds
Where the time goes
Tomorrow never knows

He who waits for the day's riches will be lost
In the whispering tide
Where the river flows
Tomorrow never knows


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    General Commenti love this.
    bob dylaniest springsteen song I`ve ever heard.
    MrsJoeyRamoneon July 19, 2009   Link
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    General CommentShould be on his Seeger Sessions album. simple, sweet. It’s like he’s sitting on a stump in the middle of a grassy field just strummin' away. Keep trying with these folk songs though, Boss. Good stuff can come from this.
    gjack2211on September 19, 2009   Link

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