"Love Me Tomorrow" as written by Peter P. Cetera and David Walter Foster....
She said, "It's lonely here tonight"
She's always sad when she's alone
She said "I need you here tonight"
She couldn't wait 'til I get home
She loves me
And that's all I need to know
She's part of my life
Just a part I won't let go

Then she said
"Love me tomorrow
Won't you please, promise me
Love me tomorrow like today
Love me tomorrow
Hurry back, can't you see
I need you more than yesterday"

You know it's always cold at night
It's always lonely 'til the dawn
You know it's not what we put on
Knowing she's there, I'll carry on
Because she loves me
And that's all I need ato know
She's part of my life
Just a part I won't let go

Then she said
"Love me tomorrow
Won't you please, promise me
Love me tomorrow like today
Love me tomorrow
Hurry back, can't you see
I need you more than any words could say"

She loves me
And that's all I need to know
She's part of my life
Just a part I won't let go

Then she said
"Love me tomorrow
Won't you please, promise me
Love me tomorrow like today
Love me tomorrow
Hurry back, can't you see
Need you much more than yesterday
Love me tomorrow
Hurry back, can't you see
Need you much more than yesterday
Love me tomorrow
Love me tomorrow like today
Love me tomorrow
I need you much more than yesterday
Love me tomorrow
Love me tomorrow like today"


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"Love Me Tomorrow" as written by Peter P. Cetera David Walter Foster

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    General CommentWoot! First comment!

    Anyway...the meaning's pretty obvious. He gives her comfort and the strength to carry on. She doesn't want him to leave her, hence her wanting him to "love [her] tomorrow."

    Also, does anyone else think that opening is simply hard rockin'? I love it.
    avesjohnon May 23, 2007   Link

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