From the recording Burning Through the Fields

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Lyrics

You’ll Have Me Tomorrow
by Craig Hyatt


Alone with my thoughts to myself
Looking around at dreams on the shelf
My finger pushes the dust that’s gathered
Underneath as new as yesterday felt

I remember the sun and the rain
So many miles and all of the pain
Now so small in my rear view mirror
Where’s the door, where’s the line, can I handle the crime

There used to be birds in the trees
All of them would sing songs to me
Now it’s cold and my breath hangs in the air
The silence is deafening

Breathe, this is what she said
Don’t worry your head, don’t worry your head
You’ll have me tomorrow
I drove to the edge and left
My heart on a stage somewhere
You’ll have to borrow

Running down bright lights and fame
These towns all look the same
Dreams aren’t always what they seem to be
And every year summer ends

Breathe, this is what she said
Don’t worry your head, don’t worry your head
You’ll have me tomorrow
I drove to the edge and left
My heart on a stage somewhere
You’ll have to borrow

Come take me home
To the place I am from
Can you find answers to
The questions that I have

Breathe, this is what she said
Don’t worry your head, don’t worry your head
You’ll have me tomorrow
I drove to the edge and left
My heart on a stage somewhere
You’ll have to borrow

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