Author Topic: MrHippie's Crunchy Granola  (Read 5603 times)

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Re: MrHippie's Crunchy Granola
« Reply #150 on: May 31, 2019, 08:38:11 PM »
  Tomorrow

Where ya gonna be tomorrow?
How ya gonna face the sorrow?
Where ya gonna be when you die?
'Cause nothing's gonna last forever
And things they change like the weather
They're gone in the blink of an eye

Just look at yourself, can you see where you are?
Look at yourself, now you can't hide the scars
Just look at yourself 'cause there's nowhere to go
And you know

Tomorrow
You're gonna have to live with the things you say
Tomorrow
You'll have to cross bridges that you burned today
Tomorrow...
And everything you do, it's coming back for you
You'll never outrun what waits for you
Tomorrow.

And are you terrified by sadness
And have you given into madness
You're running out of places to hide
'Cause everybody's got a reason
To justify how they're feelin'
Maybe you should open your eyes

Just look at yourself, do you like what you see?
Look at yourself, is this how it should be?
Just look at yourself, 'cause there's nowhere to go
And you'll know

Tomorrow
You're gonna have to live with the things you say
Tomorrow
You'll have to cross bridges that you burned today
Tomorrow...
And everything you do, it's coming back for you
You'll never outrun what waits for you
Tomorrow.

Are you waiting for the reason to change?
Are you waiting for the end, has it came?
Nothing's gonna stand in your way...

Just look at yourself, do you like what you see?
Look at yourself, is this how it should be?

Tomorrow
You're gonna have to live with the things you say
Tomorrow
You'll have to cross bridges that you burned today
Tomorrow...
And everything you do, it's coming back for you
You'll never outrun what waits for you
Tomorrow.   

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Salif Keita - Tomorrow



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From the sometimes beautiful YouTube coments

Indy Nasty
2 years ago
I found this english translation in the net, I don't know if it's correct but some of you ask, so at least that (. Beautiful song, maybe the most beautiful ever written & performed, and so deeply sad... My friend asked if it's about something painful, about some loss, death, the first time she listened it, also not knowing Mali language. I had the same feeling. I guess music may be sometimes a common language to all human.



Re: MrHippie's Crunchy Granola
« Reply #151 on: August 08, 2019, 11:07:43 PM »
the MODERN LOVERS "Roadrunner" 1972 - YouTube

Re: MrHippie's Crunchy Granola
« Reply #152 on: August 16, 2019, 05:09:59 PM »
Jonathan Richman & the Modern Lovers - "Affection"