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RIDE TO TOMORROWWORDS & MUSIC: Earl P. Reinhalter
E I. so long ago I had a home A with water that E B7 flowed hot and cold, E a roof and floor, locks on the door, A a perfect home E for men growing old. A one morning E I saw time through my window. A a wagon train with horses came B7 to ride to tomorrow. E II. a crazy man they say I am A to leave my home E B7 and ride the storm. E but I'd rather pain of freezing rain A than freezing me E and riding the norm. A this morning E we saw life stabilizin'. A yesterday's air drove us from there B7 to chase the horizon, A CHORUS A: to ride to tomorrow. B7 they may say E B7 today is just made for you. A but don't forget tomorrow B7 E we must build ourselves; B7 there's no time to lose. A E ride to tomorrow. E III. the folks we pass of ev'ry class A all smile and they E B7 take our photograph. E they wave goodbye and wonder why A they couldn't be E on the same path. A so long ago E I stood by the roadside. A but I couldn't now that I know how B7 that feeling is inside /// REPEAT CHORUS A /// A CHORUS B: ride to tomorrow. B7 they used to tell me, E B7 "today is just made for you!" A but I found out tomorrow B7 E we must build ourselves; B7 there's no time to lose. A C#m ride to tomorrow!
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