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Tomorrow
Silverchair Lyrics


It's twelve o'clock, and it's a wonderful day
I know you hate me, but I'll ask anyway
Won't you come with me, to a place in a little town
The only way to get there's to go straight down
There's no bathroom, and there is no sink
The water out of the tap is very

Hard to drink
Very hard to drink

You, wait til tomorrow
You, wait til tomorrow

You say that money, isn't everything
But I'd like to see you live without it
You think you can keep on going living like a king
Ooh babe, but I strongly doubt it

Very hard to drink
Very hard to drink

You gonna wait til, fat boy
Fat boy, wait til tomorrow
You gonna wait til, fat boy
Fat boy, wait til tomorrow

You, wait til tomorrow
You, wait til tomorrow

You gonna wait til, fat boy
Fat boy, wait til tomorrow
You gonna wait til, fat boy
Fat boy, wait until tomorrow

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
Written by: Daniel Paul Johns, Benjamin David Gillies

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The-Art-of-Guitar

Almost every girl I liked had a crush on the singer so I got mad and would say he looked like Helen Hunt. I was pretty petty.

Jerry4050

LOL even now he looks more like Helen Hunt

Logan Stroganoff

You weren't lying

Dixie Smith

I was just scrolling through the comments thinking, "he's so good looking!" Lol!

orig6redwings -

@The-Art-of-Guitar - Love to seeing ya here, Mike!! Been a sub of yours for years!!

Bill Daniels

truth hurts :-)

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Bob Schneider

Keep in mind they were 15 years old when they recorded this song. 15 years old. And it's still a great fucking song. It's still held-up after 27 years and counting now.

tcphll

Absolutely. I remember when this song came out and I was amazed how good this song was on it's on merit, let alone how young these guys were. Decades later, it's aged quite well. Youth doesn't mean you can't make great music, art or literature. Mary Shelley was 18 years old when she wrote Frankenstein, for instance.

J M

Impressive!

David Hutchinson

They actually made music when they were 3 weeks old

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