Johnny Tomorrow

              

                          “Johnny Tomorrow”
                       Music & Lyric by Dennis Genovese
                     © 1995 American Trucker Publishing
(Verse 1)
Johnny Tomorrow’s turning 53, smoking and choking like a chimney.
Running for days without a minute’s rest, Doing the things that he likes doing the best
(Bridge 1)     
Johnny better listen to what all your friends say,
You got to get some sleep you can’t keep driving that way
Johnny says no, I got to get there on time,
Had some coffee in Miami and I’m doing just fine
(Bridge 2)
Johnny Tomorrow can’t you hear what they say?
You’re getting in a hurry for your judgment day Johnny says no, I’ve got to do my best
When I get to Oklahoma then I’ll get me some rest.
(Verse 2)
Mariana Florida to Baton Rouge that 97 Freightliner is on the move
A 53 foot flower trailer fresh to date
Cause Johnny holds the record time he’s never never late.
(Verse 3)
Johnny can’t be sleeping good for very long because he was a sharpshooter in Viet Nam.
It’s rare to find a sniper who’s still got a soul, Tomorrow was a hit man with a heart of gold
(Bridge 3)
Johnny Tomorrow better watch what you do,
They’re a half a hundred Ghosts out there all looking for you 
Driving all night long may keep those nightmares at bay,
Johnny believe me, they’re all coming your way
Johnny Tomorrow’s turning 53, smoking and choking like a chimney.
Running for days without a minute’s rest,
But he’s doing the things that he likes doing the best
(Bridge 1)
Oh Johnny Tomorrow can’t you hear what I say?
They’re a half a hundred ghosts out there all coming your way
Johnny says all I did was do my best
When I get to meet my maker then He’ll give me some rest!

Produced & Arranged by Dennis Genovese
Dennis Genovese/ Lead and Backup Vocals
Rhythm and Lead Guitars/ Keyboard Organ
Christophe Marchand/ Lead Organ
Recorded at Get Free Productions in Northport Fl 1995
24 track ADAT mixed to Panasonic DAT
Re-mixed in Cubase SX1 in 2003
Engineered & Mixed by Dennis Genovese