"Tomorrow There'll Be More of Us" is a song played in-between "Dear Theodosia" and "Non-Stop". It is not included in the cast album, and before the release of the Hamilton film the only professional recording that existed was from the Soundboard Recording.
Alexander Hamilton receives a letter from John Laurens' father (Henry Laurens, Sr.) explaining Laurens' death in a gunfight with British soldiers in South Carolina before they were aware of the war being over.
- Lin-Manuel Miranda wanted this to be a surprise song in the musical, which is perceived to be the reason why it was not placed on the cast recording.
- In the live version, while Eliza and Hamilton receive word of John's death, Marquis de Lafayette and Hercules Mulligan are on the balcony, also reading letters. Lafayette falls to his knees putting his hands in his face, and Mulligan chugs his flask.
- The song can also be known as "Laurens Interlude".