Tomorrow’s Here Right Now

Headingley Lit Fest invited the Alison Taft creative writing class I was part of, to write for the festival on the theme of surviving. I thought the ideas I had were going nowhere until I realised I had the song in my head. I recorded it on Garageband and made the video on iMovie – it was screened at the end of our performance at the festival.
Jackie Parsons

If you don’t want to listen, we’ll have to show you how
Can’t leave it till tomorrow, tomorrow’s here right now
And the world keeps turning, no matter how the cold winds blow
A hard rain’s falling, but you don’t want to know

Your streets have turned to rivers, while the deserts eat the land
We’re sending you a message, but you don’t understand
The world can keep on changing, but life is not that strong
You need to pay attention, or we won’t be here for long

And the world keeps turning, no matter how the cold wind blows
A hard rain’s falling, but you don’t want to know,
You don’t want to know, you don’t want to know.

Jackie Parsons 2014

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