|Written by||Bob Gibson|
|Source||I Come for to Sing (album)|
|Publisher||Melody Trails Inc; Unichappell Music Inc.|
"Tomorrow," also called "To Morrow," is a novelty song written and recorded by Bob Gibson, and further popularized by the Kingston Trio.
The song, which plays on confusion between "to Morrow" and "tomorrow," tells of a traveler who wants to go to Morrow, a town in Ohio, and return tomorrow. The traveler is told that he has missed the train he wants and will have to stay in town for the night. A sample lyric is "You should have gone to Morrow yesterday and back today, for the train that goes to Morrow is a mile upon its way."