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"Tomorrow Is Another Day" is a song sung in the 1977 Disney film The Rescuers. It is performed by Shelby Flint as the mice travel to Devil's Bayou upon Orville’s back. The song plays again in the film's closure, as Bernard and Bianca, assisted by Evinrude and Orville, set out on a new rescue mission, thus concluding the film with the lines: "Tomorrow is another day", a very loose homage to Gone with the Wind which features the same final line.

Lyrics

Come along
Will there be sunshine shinin'?
Will we find a silver linin'?
Come along

Sing a song
When today becomes tomorrow
Will we find joy or sorrow?
Sing a song

Is it wrong
To put all our hopes together
And wish for somethin' better?
Is it wrong?

To be loved
To face the future with another
Who means more than any other
Is to be loved

We'll paint the gray clouds
With pretty rainbow hues
And we'll brush the gloom away
And save it for a rainy day

Rainy day
Oh, today
If troubles cast a shadow
And shadows make the sun afraid to stay

But it's okay
'Cause there'll be sunshine shinin'
And we'll find a silver linin'
Another day

Tomorrow is another day
How I hope you'll always stay


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Media
The Rescuers (Soundtrack) • The Rescuers Down Under (Soundtrack) • House of MouseVideo
Disney Parks
Parades: Disney's Party Express
Characters
The Rescuers: BernardMiss BiancaChairmouseRufusPennyMadame MedusaMelvin SnoopsOrvilleBrutus and NeroEllie MaeLukeEvinrudeSwamp Folk

The Rescuers Down Under: JakeCodyCody's MotherFalooMarahutePercival C. McLeachJoannaSparkyWilburDr. MouseFrankKrebbsRedBaitmouseCrocodiles
Deleted characters:LouisCruella De Vil

Objects
Penny's Teddy BearDevil's EyeMcLeach's Bushwacker
Locations
Devil's BayouNew York CityMorningside OrphanageMedusa's Pawn ShopThe Cave of Devil's BayouAustraliaAustralian OutbackAbandoned Opal MineRescue Aid SocietyColorado
Songs
The Rescuers: The JourneyRescue Aid SocietyTomorrow Is Another DaySomeone's Waiting for YouFor Penny's a Jolly Good Fellow

The Rescuers Down Under: Black SlacksHome on the RangeYou Get a Line and I'll Get a Pole

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