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Someday, we won't worry 'bout time and money

Honey, get your sleepy head out from under that pillow
Don't the mornin' always come too soon
Dawn's breakin', work's waitin'
We better hurry up and go
Wish I could stay right here with you
But oh, girl, just you wait

Someday, we won't worry 'bout time and money
Someday, this ol' world's gonna turn our way
And way up yonder on top of the hill
We're gonna get there, I swear we will... Someday

Tell me your wildest dream, I'll make it happen
Ain't nothin' that a love like ours can't do
We'll stand at the rainbow's end and look back laughin'
At all the hard times we've been through
But right now we're runnin' late

Someday, we won't worry 'bout time and money
Someday, this ol' world's gonna turn our way
And way up yonder on top of the hill
We're gonna get there, I swear we will... Someday

And we this life knocks us down
We'll just get back up somehow
'Cause we've got faith and...
We'll keep on chasin'
Someday

Someday, we won't worry 'bout time and money
Someday, this ol' world's gonna turn our way
And way up yonder on top of the hill
We're gonna get there, I swear we will... Someday

Someday



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