Tomorrow Lyrics - Silverchair

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It's twelve o'clock, and it's a wonderful day,
I know you hate me, but I'll ask anyway,
Won't you come with me, to a place in a little town,
The only way to get there's to go straight down,
There's no bathroom, and there is no sink,
The water out of the tap is very, hard to drink,
Very hard to drink,

You, wait til tomorrow,
You, wait til tomorrow,

You say that money, isn't everything,
But I'd like to see you live without it,
You think you can keep on going living like a king,
Oohh babe, but I strongly doubt it,

Very hard to drink,
Very hard to drink,
You gonna wait too, fat boy,
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fat boy, wait til tomorrow,
You gonna wait too, fat boy,
fat boy, wait til tomorrow,

You, wait til tomorrow,
You, wait til tomorrow,
You gonna wait too, fat boy,
Fat boy, wait til tomorrow,
You gonna wait too, fat boy,
fat boy, wait til tomorrow.

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It's not that hard to understand | Reviewer: Crystal | 8/15/13

He is referring to himself as "fat boy".
He is he is abusing and taunting himself here..
Probably saying he has to change. Self hatred?
And change now instead of waiting for "tomorrow"
to do it.

Great music from a group of kids | Reviewer: rdp3537 | 9/20/10

I"m 44 now but first heard thsi song and of the group back in 1995. Thought then and still do think for some 15 year old kids they really put out a great product. I always thought they were a lot like Def Leppard way back when they were kids doing On Through the Night. Really rocks and good lyrics from someone who hasn't yet faced a lot that life has instore for them.
I've just recenly broke out Frogstomp and still liked the whole CD. Even had to loan it to my 14 and 17 year old nieces. They arr musically inclined and never heard of the group but really liked them.
Good to see they help up and didn't dissappear. When I was a kid we had such crappy music from other kids that those songs have long become loast. Thank God they didn't become the DeFrancos or another Hanson

High Chair wa wa wa | Reviewer: mick six | 6/30/10

Consistent with the ongoing childish and shallow lyrics form this band.
Their songwriting abilities aren't as strong as those of their peers.
Their initial sounds fit right in with 90's alt/grunge but the lack of depth sends them to the back of the line. I liked them for a few minutes I think. I remember I liked Styx for about a month when I was young. I was very young. Mr. Nick Pearson said it best... "Once you reach the level of intellectual maturity where you can tell the difference between cryptic but poetic lyrics and nonsensical crap, you have outgrown Silverchair"

Great song | Reviewer: Lev | 5/2/10

It's an inspiring and powerful song with a great message of social justice. It's about the "haves" and "have nots" and a warning to the ruling elite, the wealthy bourgeoisie, that their days are numbered, that their hold on power will last only until the great masses of working class and poor people become conscious.

In a sense it's a call to smash capitalism and replace it with a social order that has a human face, one that puts people's lives above profits, one that won't be able to sleep at night if there are people living in shacks and shantytowns with no indoor plumbing. One that won't spend billions on military adventurism and launching space shuttles while its citizens fight over the crumbs and live under bridges. Powerful song and a powerful, enlightening message.

Workers of all countries, UNITE!

great blast | Reviewer: sam | 1/11/08

This jam more than makes up for the many run of the mill metal Silverchair has put out and is worth the the price of this album alone. The bass, vocals, and lyrics of the two verses are just awesome and the grinding final minutes are classic Silverchair. I loved this one from the first listen and still do, kind of like many Hendrix tunes that you can listen to forever.

Best Ever | Reviewer: Justin Switalski | 10/27/05

i am going to start off by saying that this is my favorite song of all time, the strange thing about it is that its not because of the guitars or the drums or the damn bass its the fuckin way that they sing the song, that makes it such a masterpiece, these kids from silverchair put all of the emotion in this song to get across to their fans that its real, all i can say is.................... im convinced

if you are interested in my review check out "I Could Have Lied" by Red Hot Chili Peppers.

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