"This Time Tomorrow" as written by and Raymond Douglas Davies....
This time tomorrow where will we be
On a spaceship somewhere sailing across an empty sea
This time tomorrow what will we know
Well we still be here watching an in-flight movie show
I'll leave the sun behind me and watch the clouds as they sadly pass me by
Seven miles below ma I can see the world and it ain't so big at all
This time tomorrow what will we see
Field full of houses, endless rows of crowded streets
I don't where I'm going, I don't want to see
I feel the world below me looking up at me
Leave the sun behind me, and watch the clouds as they sadly pass me by
And I'm in perpetual motion and the world below doesn't matter much to me
This time tomorrow where will we be
On a spaceship somewhere sailing across any empty sea
This time tomorrow, this time tomorrow

Lyrics submitted by planetearth, edited by Valeriy

"This Time Tomorrow" as written by Raymond Douglas Davies

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  • +1
    General Commenti bet a bunch of n00bs will comment on this once Darjeeling Limited comes out.
    JasonBourneon August 30, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThis song sheds light on the beauty of the power to make new memories and to cherish old ones, the question of what the future will bring, and the brilliance of the opportunities it can offer us.

    It's a great representation of the invincible feeling you have when you feel your power as a human being in this world.

    It's especially moving for me because I am at a point in my life where I have experienced much, yet have so many amazing experiences awaiting me. As I listen to it, I find myself attached to the beloved memories of my past and eager to meet the intriguing future that awaits me.
    SleepWalkinon December 06, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI respect:
    - people who did not like Darjeeling Limited
    - people who did
    - people who did hear this song before seeing the film
    - people who first heard the song in the film

    I think:
    - the song is good
    - the movie is good

    I hope:
    - anyone who disagrees by speaking in cruel generalities and arguing in ad hominem goes back to 4chan.
    theoryofevrythngon August 27, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentOne of my favourite Kinks songs. I

    t's part of the Lola vs Powerman concept, where the singer in the band is on the plane on tour, but he's so high above the world, he forgets all thencorruption that there is down there. Separated from it's concept, it's still a beautiful song. It helps me when I'm down.
    pandatronicon April 07, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentyeah this song is going to be terribly popular soon. at least its a fantastic song. its about moving though the fast moving world blindly, carefree? wondering what the future holds?
    shanaryon September 06, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commenthaha anyone here like wes anderson?
    dizzycrowon September 24, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentACTUALLY wes anderson copied from yet another french director:

    this song originally appeared in garrel's 2005 > where they party like it's 1969. great song though
    lawnwrangleron October 02, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentfor some reason the movie title didn't show up, i won't use quotes this time:

    Les Amants réguliers
    lawnwrangleron October 02, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti luv this song - well retro. its gud that fillms can make new bands like the kinkies popular. mayb they get record dealie?
    bugoffon October 14, 2007   Link
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    General Comment"i bet a bunch of n00bs will comment on this once Darjeeling Limited comes out."

    hah, yes well, isn't that to be expected? It's a great song. I've loved the Kinks since grade school but it only makes me happy that people are discovering them from the Darjeeling limited. The more people that listen to them, the better.
    creosoteon November 06, 2007   Link

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