It's Almost TomorrowWords & 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.