Garth Brooks "If Tomorrow Never Comes"
About "If Tomorrow Never Comes"
"If Tomorrow Never Comes" is a song by American country music artist Garth Brooks. Written by Brooks and Kent Blazy, it was released in August 1989 as the second single from his album Garth Brooks and also appears on The Hits, The Limited Series and Double Live. This was his first number-one single on the US Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. It is also sometimes referred to as his signature song. "If Tomorrow Never Comes" was named Favorite Country Single in the American Music Awards of 1991.
The song subsequently became one of Brooks' most popular songs for other artists to perform. In 2002, Irish singer Ronan Keating released a version that reached number one in the United Kingdom and three other countries, and it became a top-five hit in several additional territories.
Top songs by Garth Brooks
- If Tomorrow Never Comes
- The Thunder Rolls
- The Dance
- Make You Feel My Love
- Cowboy Cadillac
- Friends In Low Places
- Ain't Going Down (til The Sun Comes Up)
- Callin' Baton Rouge
- Two Pina Coladas
- Mr. Blue
- American Honky—tonk Bar Association
- Standing Outside The Fire
- The River
- Cowboy Bill
- Friends In Low Places (long Version)
- Ain't Going Down ('til The Sun Comes Up)
- A Friend To Me
- She's Every Woman
- Much Too Young (to Feel This Damn Old)
- When You Come Back To Me Again
- Ain't Goin' Down ('til The Sun Comes Up)
- Two Of A Kind, Workin' On A Full House
- That Ol' Wind
- Victim Of The Game
- The Fever
- Against The Grain
- Beer Run (b—double E—double Are You In)
- Why Ain't I Running
- Unanswered Prayers
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