It's Almost Tomorrow

Words & Music by Gene Adkinson & Wade Buff
Recorded by The Dream Weavers, 1955 (#7)

E7  A          C#m7      D      A
My dearest my darling tomorrow is near;

    D9              A         B7          E7
The sun will bring showers of sadness, I fear.

      A             C#m7          D             A
Your lips won't be smiling, your eyes will not shine,

   Bm7           A                   D9        E7  A
For I know to - mor - row that your love won't be mine

E7   A        C#m7         D     Cdim A
It's almost tomorrow, but what can I do?

      D9    Dm6  A           F#7  B7     Cdim   E7
Your kisses all tell me that your love is un - true.

      A         C#m7        D              A
I'll love you forever till stars cease to shine,

   Bm7-5       Fdim  A        F#7   D9    E7 Fdim A
And hope some - day, Darling, you'll al - ways be mine.

E7    A           C#m7           D      Cdim    A
Your heart was so warm dear, it now has turned cold;

    D9    Dm6  A       F#7      B7          Cdim  E7
You no longer love me, for your mem' - ries grow old.

E7    A          C#m7           D    Cdim  Dm6  A
It's almost to - mor - row, for here comes the sun

    Bm7-5  Dm6 A        C#m7-5 F#7   D9   E7  Fdim   A
But still I am ho - ping that  to - mor - row won't come.

*Suggested by recent visitor Max Honn. I almost decided against doing it, since it's basically a rock-era cookie-cutter in terms of chording as recorded; but I wound up putting this together with alternative variations to illustrate how that can be done - and be extension, how almost any song can be expanded upon.

The lyric and guitar chord transcriptions on this site are the work of The Guitarguy and are intended for private study, research, or educational purposes only. Individual transcriptions are inspired by and and based upon the recorded versions cited, but are not necessarily exact replications of those recorded versions.