Lost Christmas Song From Rudolph Finally Available

'There's Always Tomorrow' has been out of print and unavailable for over 40 years

LILLY, Ga. - December 2, 2020 - (Newswire.com)

Miss Kitty, the resident cat at Lilly Schoolhouse, announced immediate availability of the sheet music to "There's Always Tomorrow" by Johnny Marks from the movie "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer." 

This song has been out of print and unavailable for over 40 years. This is the original song from Christmas genius Johnny Marks. The song had a limited run in 1964 and a second run in the 1970s. As the song that Clarice sings to Rudolph, the music was always seen as a "filler" song for the made-for-technicolor movie. Johnny Marks wrote many Christmas songs, including his most famous song "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer." 

Available at JW Pepper Music and Lilly Schoolhouse: 
www.lillyschoolhouse.com and www.jwpepper.com

Write the cat instead of Santa!

Built around 1912, Lilly Schoolhouse's feline-in-residence Miss Kitty is writing back anyone who loves the music as much as she does, because "There is Always Tomorrow" to do the things you put off during COVID-19. 

Miss Kitty
c/o Lilly Schoolhouse
Post Office Box 99
Lilly, Georgia 31051-0099

For more information or press inquiries, contact Michelle Smith at (478) 953-3661.

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