Lost Christmas Song From Rudolph Finally Available

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

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.

Source: Lilly Schoolhouse