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RIDE TO TOMORROWWORDS & MUSIC: Earl P. Reinhalter
I. so long ago I had a home with water that flowed hot and cold, a roof and floor, locks on the door, a perfect home for men growing old. one morning I saw time through my window. a wagon train with horses came to ride to tomorrow. II. a crazy man they say I am to leave my home and ride the storm. but I'd rather pain of freezing rain than freezing me and riding the norm. this morning we saw life stabilizin'. yesterday's air drove us from there to chase the horizon, CHORUS A: to ride to tomorrow. they may say today is just made for you. but don't forget tomorrow we must build ourselves; there's no time to lose. ride to tomorrow. III. the folks we pass of ev'ry class all smile and they take our photograph. they wave goodbye and wonder why they couldn't be on the same path. so long ago I stood by the roadside. but I couldn't now that I know how that feeling is inside (repeat chorus A) CHORUS B: ride to tomorrow. they used to tell me, "today is just made for you!" but I found out tomorrow we must build ourselves; there's no time to lose. ride to tomorrow!
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