Tomorrow Will Be a New Day

I don’t have a blog post to share today, but I would like to share a song I wrote. “Tomorrow Will Be a New Day” is a lullaby that I started writing bits and pieces of while rocking my grandson, Traxen, to sleep. I recently finished it, and I hope you enjoy it!

Lyrics: Lullaby, lullaby. Close your beautiful eyes, and dream the night away.

Lullaby, lullaby. Close your beautiful eyes. Tomorrow will be a new day.

Now it is time to rest and take deep breaths. Say our prayers, and God will listen.

It’s time to say, “Good night,” by the moonlight, while the shining stars twinkle and glisten.

Lullaby, lullaby. Close your beautiful eyes, and dream the night away.

Lullaby, lullaby. Close your beautiful eyes. Tomorrow will be a new day.

Tomorrow we will talk, and take a walk, and listen to the birds sing.

Let’s make a list of what to do all day and be sure to cross off everything.

The sun will rise, and light up the skies. We’ll have a delightful day.

And when it’s time for bed, you’ll lay down your sweet head. We’ll fold our hands and pray.

We’ll thank God over and over and over and over again for loving us so amazingly.  

Amen.

Lullaby, lullaby. Close your beautiful eyes, and dream the night away.

Lullaby, lullaby.  Close your beautiful eyes.  Tomorrow will be – 

Tomorrow will be – Tomorrow will be a new day.

Author: gthielges

Gwen Thielges resides in North Dakota where she is an author, blogger, and worship leader. Her devotional for athletes, All In For Him, was published in 2017. She and her husband, Darren, are blessed above and beyond with three sons, one daughter, two daughters-in-law, and two grandsons. Her heartfelt desire is to encourage readers to strive toward a deeper faith and a wider witness. Her inspiration comes from the Word of God, strong coffee, and the love of her amazing family.

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