Where Tomorrow Is
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Written by: Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb (1986)


She's gone.
I'm a victim of love.
And I reach for her cry.
There's no perception of time.
She's out of my world and I'm alone.
The city sleeps, she comes, she goes.
She loves another one.
And I got no chance, no time.
Ain't nothing stops the rain but the sunshine.
I can see nobody, tell me where my angel goes.
I say the devil knows.

I'm lost.
No sky above me.
No earth below me.
Show me where tomorrow is and teach me to see.
Someone else may cry for me, could be.
Show me where tomorrow is 'cause I don't know.
Show me where tomorrow is 'cause I don't know.
Show me where tomorrow is.

Suspicion.
The lies on your lips and your tenderness.
I lie in wait for the gift of her pain.
She'll never be mine and I'm all alone.
And through a stranger, lives can change
and hearts can overcome.
But I need her face, so young.
Ain't nothing stops the fire and it burns on.
Too late now she tells me.
We cannot live this lie.
She came home to say goodbye.

I'm lost.
No sky above me.
No earth below me.
Show me where tomorrow is and teach me to see.
Someone else may cry for me, could be.
Show me where tomorrow is, 'cause I don't know.
Show me where tomorrow is, 'cause I don't know.
Show me where tomorrow is.
I must go on.
Whatever the heart must take.
I'll keep my love alive.
And all you got is freedom.
It ain't enough.
'Cause I don't know.
Show me where tomorrow is, 'cause I don't know.
Show me where tomorrow is, 'cause I don't know.
Show me where tomorrow is, 'cause I don't know.
Show me where tomorrow is....
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