Another Day Tomorrow (Read Together Books) ePub download
by Peggy Blakeley
- ISBN: 0713615664
- ISBN13: 978-0713615661
- ePub: 1287 kb | FB2: 1124 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: London Adam & Charles Black (1975).; 1st edition (1975)
- Pages: 32
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 674
- Format: lrf lit mobi doc
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He did not want to be the father of a small blue pyramid. Peter Horn hadn't planned it that way at all. Neither he nor his wife imagined that such a thing could happen to them. They had talked quietly for days about the birth of their coming child, they had eaten normal foods, slept a great deal, taken in a few shows, and, when it was time for her to fly in the helicopter to the hospital, her husband held her and kissed her. Honey, you'll be home in six hours, he said. These new birth-mechanisms do everything but father the child for you.
Tomorrow is Another Day" is a song sung in Disney's The Rescuers. It is performed by an unknown voice while the mice travel to Devil’s Bayou upon Orville’s back. The heartwarming song plays again at 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 exactly the same final line.