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Looking For Tomorrow

Song Author Billy Arr og David Allds Performer: Mel Tillis Submitted by: Anonymous

[G]I've tried so hard to get you off my [C]mind
[A7]But it seems you've left too much of you [D7]behind
[G]Memories of the past get in my [C]way  
I keep looking for [G]tomorrow [D7]and finding yester[G]day  

You're in [D7]every cup of coffee and in [G]every glass of wine
[A7]And each song on the jukebox [D7]sounds like yours and mine
[G]Funny when I look at someone [C]new I see your face
I keep looking for [G]tomorrow [D7]and finding yester[G]day  

I told myself the day you said [C]goodbye
[A7]Go find somebody new to [D7]drive her from your mind
[G]But easy said is not easy done like some folks [C]say  
While I'm looking for [G]tomorrow [D7]I keep finding yester[G]day  

You're in [D7]every cup of coffee and in [G]every glass of wine
[A7]And each song on the jukebox [D7]sounds like yours and mine
[G]Funny when I look at someone [C]new I see your face
I keep looking for [G]tomorrow [D7]and finding yester[G]day  

[C]I keep looking for [G]tomorrow [D7]and finding yester[G]day  


I've tried so hard to get you off my mind
But it seems you've left too much of you behind
Memories of the past get in my way
I keep looking for tomorrow and finding yesterday

You're in every cup of coffee and in every glass of wine
And each song on the jukebox sounds like yours and mine
Funny when I look at someone new I see your face
I keep looking for tomorrow and finding yesterday

I told myself the day you said goodbye
Go find somebody new to drive her from your mind
But easy said is not easy done like some folks say
While I'm looking for tomorrow I keep finding yesterday

You're in every cup of coffee and in every glass of wine
And each song on the jukebox sounds like yours and mine
Funny when I look at someone new I see your face
I keep looking for tomorrow and finding yesterday

I keep looking for tomorrow and finding yesterday

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