Til Tomorrow
Lyrics Walker McGuire

Written by: Jordan Walker, Johnny McGuire, Brian Carper, Trey Matthews

Produced by: Mickey Jack Cones

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It's good to be out again
Good to see all my friends
I had to get out of that house
Cause feeling sorry for myself
Wasn't working out so well
Aw but baby, look at me now
Well, it took three months but better late than never
And to think I thought I would hurt forever

But baby tonight I'm alright
Yeah I finally got you off my mind
I'm not here fighting back tears
I'm having the time of my life
Hell, I may just stay out all damn night
You think I'm drowning in my sorrows
But I swear I'll never love you again
'Til tomorrow

The hangover I'll go through
Won't have nothing on you
So bartender, how 'bout another round?
Yeah, I know that I'm ignoring all the warnings
But I'll worry about the morning in the morning

Cause baby tonight I'm alright
Yeah I finally got you off my mind
I'm not here fighting back tears
I'm having the time of my life
Hell, I may just stay out all damn night
You think I'm drowning in my sorrows
But I swear I'll never love you again
'Til tomorrow

When this temporary whiskey fix is over
And it dawns on me that I need you when I'm sober
So maybe you're right, it's time
To get over you and get on with my life

But baby tonight I'm alright
Yeah I finally got you off my mind
I'm not here fighting back tears
I'm having the time of my life
Hell, I may just stay out all damn night
You think I'm drowning in my sorrows
But I swear that I'm not drowning in my sorrows
Girl I know I'll never love you again
'Til tomorrow
'Til tomorrow

Song facts

"We wrote it about four years ago with a couple of good buddies of ours. The song has always been a cornerstone for us. We've played it every single night. It was the first song that we really found the sound that we wanted to go after as a duo. It's pretty fitting that it's our first single [...] It was an idea that I had. I walked into a room with everybody, and I went 'We've all gone through a break-up, and you go out and try to drink somebody off your mind, and you're the life of the party. The next morning you wake up, and it hits you like a ton of bricks. You're hung over, and you're still not over that person. Everybody had the same realization to that. No names were said, but we just ran with it." - Johnny McGuire

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