Tomorrow Night

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Words & Music: Sam Coslow/ Will Grosz
Tomorrow night
Will you remember what you said tonight?
Tomorrow night
Will all thrills be gone?
Tomorrow night
Will it be just another memory,
Or just another lovely song
That's in my full heart to linger on?

Your lips are so tender,
Your heart is beating fast
And you're willing to surrender.
Tell me, darling, will it last?

Tomorrow night
Will you be with me when the moon's bright?
Tomorrow night
Will you say those lovely things you said tonight?

Tomorrow night
Will it be just another memory
Or just another lovely song
That's in my full heart to linger on?

Your lips are so tender,
Your heart is beating fast
And you're willing to surrender.
Tell me, darling, will it last?

Tomorrow night
Will you remember what you said tonight?
Tomorrow night
Will you say those lovely things you said tonight?
Recorded: 1954/09, first released on Elvis for Everyone

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ElvisSacramento (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 30, 2014report abuse
I've always liked this song and I prefer the 1965 "Elvis for Everyone" version of it with the modern sound, added singers, guitar and harmonica. Both Elvis versions of this gem are excellent though.
Deano1 (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 28, 2014report abuse
A leftover from the Sun days that RCA tried to give a "modern" sound and included on the LP "Elvis For Everyone". If I had to choose I prefer the version without the sweetening, but it is not one I play often. The LP was originally slated to be a 10th Anniversary LP, but RCA tried to pawn it off as a new LP. The 12 songs range from fair to outstanding, but it is not a cohesive LP. If RCA had wanted to release a real 10th Anniversary LP they could have made it a two record set included "Harbor Lights" and unreleased songs like "Danny", "Plantation Rock", "A Cane And A High Starched Collar", "Night Life" etc and given detailed liner notes. Heaven forbid they woul have celebrated the artist and their cash cow. The song is 2 stars, maybe 2 1/2 and the LP just based on "I Met Her Today" and "Memphis, Tennessee" gets 3 stars.
Gorse (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 10, 2013report abuse
Never quite sure whether I prefer the original undercooked version or the 1965 release with the added singers, guitar, and harmonica. Both versions are hypnotic and have an innate charm showing the special magnetic appeal of early Presley.
sugartummy (profilecontact) wrote on May 22, 2013report abuse
An old Sun recording beefed up in the sixties with great result. Many other performers have great versions too.

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