"Remember Tomorrow" as written by Paul Andrews and Stephen Percy Harris....
Unchain the colors before my eyes,
Yesterday's sorrows, tomorrow's white lies.
Scan the horizon, the clouds take me higher,
I shall return from out of fire.

Tears for remembrance, and tears for joy,
Tears for somebody and this lonely boy.
Out in the madness, the all seeing eye,
Flickers above us, to light up the sky.

Unchain the colours before my eyes,
Yesterday's sorrows, tomorrow's white lies.
Scan the horizon, the clouds take me higher,
I shall return from out of fire.


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"Remember Tomorrow" as written by Stephen Percy Harris Paul Andrews

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    General CommentIt was written by Paul Dianno in reference to his Grandfather who was a World War II Pilot
    JoshPRon September 25, 2004   Link
  • +1
    General Comment"The band Opeth covered it and they have a much better singer."

    no they dont, Bruce Dickinson is one og the best singers ever.
    But the Opeth cover is a great cover, one of the best covers I've heard
    Shadow of Oblivionon September 13, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General CommentPaul di Anno never was in the shadow of anybody. Him and bruce dickinson are 2 completely different singers.. Any comparison is stupid because the style of the songs are opposite. Iron Maiden and Killers are unique albums and differ from all the other iron maiden albums. It almost seems like two different groups. And that's just great. Opeth shouldnt touch such masterpieces.. I would never try to repaint picasso or leonardo da vinci.. Perfection doesnt need repetition
    angvson August 31, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI know it's ntohing to do with this song but the lines

    "Out in the madness, the all seeing eye,
    Flickers above us, to light up the sky"

    sounds like it COULD have been related to The Lord Of The Rings.
    The 'all seeing eye' being the eye of Sauron
    Mikey_69on July 12, 2008   Link
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    General CommentAnd on top of taht -

    "Scan the horizon, the clouds take me higher,
    I shall return from out of fire."

    'The clouds take me higher' - meaning Frodo climbing Mount Doom.

    'I shall return from out of the fire' - meaning Frodo WILL destroy the ring and WILL return home after conquering Sauron.

    And like I said before, I know this song has nothing to do with LOTR, but listening to the song, it just gave me that impression and thoguh I'd share it :)
    Mikey_69on July 12, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThe unmistakable Tolkien references do make sense, as Tolkien was influenced by his time in the first world war. Although Diano was writing about the second world war, I think the references still coincide.
    voice.of.reason?on November 25, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General Commentjesus this song is beutiful, i mean it ppl if u havent heard this song download it now!!!!!!!
    darkpop2Dzombieon June 11, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General Commentor buy the album?
    Indeed it's a very beautiful song, just like at the lyrics. WOW
    klansafton June 27, 2004   Link
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    General CommentLook*
    klansafton June 27, 2004   Link
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    General CommentFlickers are the search lights. Scan the horizon, he's looking ahead to what's gonna happen and to the sky. Out of the Madness as he returned from a bombing raid
    JoshPRon September 25, 2004   Link

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