"Maybe Tomorrow" as written by Freddie Perren, Alphonso James Mizell, Berry Gordy Jr and Deke Richards....
I don't know how many stars there are
Up in the heavenly sky
I only know my heaven is here on earth
Each time you look into my eyes
The way you do baby
Thank you, thank you baby

My beautiful bird, you have flown away
I held you too tight
I can see
You're all I need to get by
No one else can make me cry
The way
You do, baby

You are the book that I read each day
You are the song that I sing
(Gonna sing it to you)
You are the four seasons of my life
But maybe tomorrow
You'll change your mind girl
Maybe tomorrow
You'll come back to my arms girl

You're all I need to get by
No one else can make me cry
The way you do baby

'Cause you are the book that I read each day
You are the song that I sing
(Gonna sing it to you)
You are the four seasons of my life
But maybe tomorrow
You'll change your mind girl
Maybe tomorrow
You'll come back to my arms girl

You are the book that I read each day
(Sing it, sing it, sing it, yeah)
You are the song that I sing
(Sing it, sing it, sing it, yeah)
You are the four seasons of my life
But maybe tomorrow
You'll change your mind girl
Maybe tomorrow
You'll come back to my arms girl

You are the book that I read each day
You are the song that I sing
(Gonna sing it to you)
You are the four seasons of my life
But maybe tomorrow
You'll change your mind girl
Maybe tomorrow
You'll come back to my arms girl

Ooh baby I need you (Listen to me girl)
You are the song that I sing
You are the four seasons of my life
But maybe tomorrow
You'll change your mind girl
Maybe tomorrow
You'll come back to my arms girl

You are the song that I sing


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"Maybe Tomorrow" as written by Alphonso Mizell Freddie Perren

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