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TOMORROW IS THE SONG I SING >From the film "The Ballad Of Cable Hogue" (1970) (Music: Jerry Goldsmith / Lyrics: Richard Gillis) Richard Gillis (Film Soundtrack) - 1970 Tomorrow is the song I sing Yesterday don't mean a thing I'll make today my next day's dawn And I'll still be here grinnin' When the sun goes down I'll get through this day first It's not the worst I don't care, I'll be there To put the sun to bed Tomorrow is the song I sing Tomorrow ragmen can be kings The smile I wear will be my crown And I'll be lightin' up a lifetime When the sun goes down Tomorrow is the song I sing Tomorrow ragmen can be kings 'Cause sometimes kings may ragmen be If it can happen to a king It can happen to me I'll get through this day first It's not the worst I don't care, I'll be there To put the sun to bed Tomorrow's still the song I sing Good or bad, whatever it brings Got no choice, greet the day And whatever debts I owe to fate I'll make fate pay Tomorrow is the song I sing Tomorrow ragmen can be kings The smile I wear will be my crown And I'll be lightin' up a lifetime When the sun goes down If I don't make it through It's up to you to do your share And be there To put the sun to bed Tomorrow'll be the song you sing Yesterday won't mean a thing Make today your next day's dawn You'll still be here grinnin' When today's all gone (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - November 2015)

    


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