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Revision as of 13:19, February 29, 2016

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Today's Teardrops

This song is by Roy Orbison and appears on the album Rare Orbison (1989) and on the compilation album The Legendary Roy Orbison (1990).

This song has been covered by Out-of-State Plates under the title "Today's Teardrops".
Today's teardrops are tomorrow's rainbows and tomorrow's rainbows we will
Share me and you so dry your eyes, little girl, dry your eyes,
And we're gonna see skies of blue yeah, yeah, yeah
Had a tough time gettin started, maybe you're just a little downhearted
All you gotta do is a count to 10, baby you'll be smiling when,

Today's teardrops are tomorrow's rainbows and tomorrow's rainbows we will
Share me and you so dry your eyes, little girl, dry your eyes,
And we're gonna see skies of blue yeah, yeah, yeah

Gonna be just a love of gladness, don't wanna hear nothin 'bout sadness
Come a little closer come a to me, with each kiss you're gonna see
Today's teardrops are tomorrow's rainbows and tomorrow's rainbows we will
Share me and you so dry your eyes, little girl, dry your eyes,
And we're gonna see skies of blue yeah, yeah, yeah

Today's teardrops are tomorrow's rainbows and tomorrow's rainbows we will
Share me and you ...

Credits

Written by:

Gene Pitney and Aaron Schroeder

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