Signal 30
Tomorrow
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Lyrics
Tomorrow
by Spark Hartman



As I lay down in the dark I will dream of tomorrow
Still I think of yesterday When we had so much to say
Seemed we would always be that way

When it seems I've written every line And I'm running out of time to borrow
And there's nothing that I can do To make you see that my heart is true
Tomorrow

Do you feel life's arms around you Can you see the sunshine through the rain
Do you see the dark turn into day We've got so much left to say
Tomorrow
Do you see the beauty in the beast You were born in the springtime on a breeze
If I reach my hand out to you Would you take it or turn away
In our tomorrow

I can see a light somewhere Way down deep inside
And I wake to hear the birds Their wings lift me up
So high above the clouds No fear of falling down
And I will wear that gown And you can bare a crown

As I stand there in the dawn On a dewy sleepy lawn
No more sorrow
And I know that I've got a lot to prove And a mountain there to move
When tomorrow Comes

Do you feel life's arms around you Can you see the sunshine through the rain
Do you see the dark turn into day We've got so much left to say
Tomorrow
Do you see the beauty in the beast You were born in the springtime on a breeze
If I reach my hand out to you Are you gonna take it or turn away
In our tomorrow

I can see you holding on And I can do the same
For tomorrow
Description
Short Song Description:
It's a ballad with just a piano and strings mostly. It's about someone who has strong romantic feeling for another.
Long Song Description:
Story Behind the Song:
Kathy came to me one night and wanted to show me this hook she came up with on the keyboard. She already had the words written and the melody in her head. She sang it to me and I took over and arranged the music. It took about a week to put it all together but we wanted to keep it simple. We hope you enjoy it. Thanks Kathy and Rusty - Signal 30
Credits
Lyric Credits: Kathy Hartman
Music Credits: Kathy Hartman and Rusty Newcomer
Producer Credits: Rusty Newcomer
Publisher Credits: TimeLoom Publishing
Performance Credits: Kathy Hartman and Rusty Newcomer
Label Credits:
Metadata
Song Length: 5:06
Primary Genre: Pop-Easy Listening
Secondary Genre: Pop-Easy Listening
Tempo / Feel: Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal: Female Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Sorrow
Subject Matter 2: Falling in Love
Mood 1: Serene
Mood 2: Composed
Language: English
Era: 2000 and later