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The Monkees


Tomorrow's Gonna Be Another Day

(Tommy Boyce/Steve Venet)

Lead Vocal: Micky Dolenz
Acoustic Guitar: Tommy Boyce
Electric Guitar: Wayne Erwin, Gerry McGee, & Louie
Shelton
Bass: Larry Taylor
Drums: Billy Lewis
Harmonica: Keith Allison
Tambourine: unknown
Produced By: Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart
Recorded At: RCA Victor Studio #1, Hollywood
Date: July 23, 1966

This session featured The Candy Store Prophets as well as Wayne Erwin and Louie Shelton. Tommy Boyce played acoustic guitar, while Keith Allison (future Raider and Dolenz, Jones, Boyce, and Hart guitarist) provided the harmonica. Micky handled the vocal. Tommy Boyce wrote "Tomorrow's Gonna Be Another Day" with Steve Venet. The mono and stereo mixes of the song differ slightly.

On CD:
The Monkees (1994), Rhino Records R2 71790


Lyrics:

I'm gonna pack up my pain,
I been a keepin' in my heart,
I'm gonna catch me the fastest train
And make me a brand new start
But that's okay,
Tomorrow's gonna be another day,
Hey, hey, hey.
And I don't care what they say
Tomorrow's gonna be, tomorrow's gonna be,
Tomorrow's gonna be another day.
Yay, yay, yay,
Yay, yay, yay.

They say there's a lotta fish,
Swimmin' in the deep blue sea,
I'm gonna catch me a pretty one
And she'll be good to me.
But that's okay,
Tomorrow's gonna be another day,
Hey, hey, hey.
And I don't care what they say
Tomorrow's gonna be, tomorrow's gonna be,
Tomorrow's gonna be another day.
Yay, yay, yay,
Yay, yay, yay.

Well, I ain't gonna think about ya,
'Cause it ain't no use no more,
I'm gonna make it fine without ya,
Just like I did before,
I'm on my way.
Tomorrow's gonna be another day,
Hey, hey, hey.
And I don't care what they say
Tomorrow's gonna be, tomorrow's gonna be,
Tomorrow's gonna be another day.
Yay, yay, yay,
Yay, yay, yay.

[repeat and fade]



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