"Yesterday, Today & Probably Tomorrow" as written by and Liam James Fray....
I'm not going to sit here and lie and list all the many ways
About how I will supposedly love you till the end of days
Because I think that we both know in twenty-eight and a half years' time
That I won't be yours and you probably won't be mine

But yesterday, today and probably tomorrow
This little one will find it hard to find sorrow
Yesterday, today and probably tomorrow

Middleton to Withington and Middleton and back
Is more than enough to make the average Middletonian crack
So I will stand outside the Travelodge and bite my tongue
Your best friends look me up and down and I'll write the song

Will they be there on Tuesday night
Running the bath and turning out the lights?
Will they be there on Thursday afternoons To welcome you home from Euston platform eight, heart-shaped balloons? No

Yesterday, today and probably tomorrow


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    General Commentgorgeous x
    Lorna450on April 19, 2008   Link
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    General Commenton 1st hearing this song i feel its about young relationships.. and how they aint really guna last..

    there really aint a courteeners song that aint amazin..
    Libertinedreameron October 05, 2008   Link
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    General Commentoh this is so beautiful. about relationships between young people, or people who just happened to find each other, and are not ready for commitment – maybe they met too soon?
    xXxTeenSpiritxXxon October 09, 2008   Link
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    General CommentMakes a change from usual love songs that just bull shit about loving each other forever.
    Danny927on June 09, 2009   Link
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    My InterpretationThe line about "being there on thursday afternoon to welcome you home from euston" is because liams old girlfrined used to work in london and go to meetings and do stuff down there all the time.
    Jimmehon August 24, 2009   Link

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