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Chris Isaak — Think Of Tomorrow
Album: Baja Sessions
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Released: 1996
Length: 2:53
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The future looks so bright ahead, the past is far behind.
I think of all the things we said, and you are on my mind.
Think of tomorrow. Think of tomorrow.

Mexico has sunny skies, Hawaii knows no rain.
Any place you want sweetheart, I will buy the ring.
Think of tomorrow. Think of tomorrow.

Anything you want sweetheart, anything you do.
Anywhere you go sweetheart, I will follow you.
Think of tomorrow. Think of tomorrow.

Think of tomorrow. Think of tomorrow.

This car I drive is old and beat, it may not see me through.
This car I drive is fine with me, it's headed back to you.
Think of tomorrow. Think of tomorrow.
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horstman wrote:
Let the fires burn. It's what nature does to clean house and it's not a miracle.
That's pretty harsh. You'd probably feel differently if it was your house that was going up in flames.
The best thing Chris Isaak ever did was the video for Wicked Game. And he deserves no credit for what made that video special to a 12 year-old version of me back in Indiana.
o2bnsv wrote:
Enough Chris Isaak already. Hearing him more than once a week is too much. My wilderness surrounding the town in which I live is currently on fire. All the smoke and poor air quality is worth it because the fire has done one great thing: it has cancelled the Chris Issak/Kenny Loggins concert this weekend. Who says miracles don't happen.
CI and Loggins were touring together? That's just not right.
o2bnsv wrote:
Enough Chris Isaak already. Hearing him more than once a week is too much. My wilderness surrounding the town in which I live is currently on fire. All the smoke and poor air quality is worth it because the fire has done one great thing: it has cancelled the Chris Issak/Kenny Loggins concert this weekend. Who says miracles don't happen.
Your wilderness? Let the fires burn. It's what nature does to clean house and it's not a miracle.
Enough Chris Isaak already. Hearing him more than once a week is too much. My wilderness surrounding the town in which I live is currently on fire. All the smoke and poor air quality is worth it because the fire has done one great thing: it has cancelled the Chris Issak/Kenny Loggins concert this weekend. Who says miracles don't happen.
Far from his best effort.