We cannot just sit quietly
Can’t imagine we’re still free
The silence still grows deeper
That lies between just you and me
I called you from a California payphone
There’s nobody home

And still, my friend, I knew you then
I know you now and I’ll still know tomorrow
I’ll still know where poppies grow
Where love is true and I’ll still know tomorrow
Tomorrow

We cannot just pretend we still feel
Can’t just hide and hope I still care
I opened my eyes and you’re hiding
Between the lines from here to there
And I called you from a North Dakota payphone
There’s nobody home

And still, my friend, I knew you then
I know you now and I’ll still know tomorrow
I’ll still know where poppies grow
Where love is true and I’ll still know . . .

And still my friend I knew you then
I know you now and I’ll still know tomorrow
I’ll still know where poppies grow
Where love is true and I’ll still know tomorrow
Tomorrow

I called you from a cheap Miami payphone
There’s nobody home