From the recording The Road Less Taken

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WHEN THE SUN COMES UP TOMORROW
Written May 5, 1994 ©
This is for my two wonderful children who inspired me to write many songs including this lullaby. One of my favorite memories of their childhood is playing my 12-string guitar as they fell asleep to this song.

Lyrics

I had fun all day long. I played and played outside. At the park, on the swings, flying down the slide. But now it's getting very late I hate to go inside. Mom and Dad, I'd like to stay outside for a little while.
(Chorus) When the sun comes up tomorrow you can play outside. When the sun comes up tomorrow, you'll have lots of time. (you can run and hide) Yes, when the sun comes up tomorrow, they'll be a brand-new day. Close your eyes and rest your bones till the sun comes up again.
La-la-da-da, La-la-da-da, La-la-da-da-dah. La-la-da-da, La-la-da-da, La-la-da-da-dah. La-la-da-da, La-la-da-da, La-la-da-da-dah. La-la-da-da, La-la-da-da, La-la-da-da-dah—La-da-dah—
It's getting dark across the sky I got sleepy in my eyes. The sun is slowly fading and the moon is on the rise. I'd like to play outside some more; climb a few more trees. Can I stay outside forever and never go to sleep? -Chorus- Again, again, again…