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 until I get home

She love 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 much more than yesterday?

You know it's always cold at night
It's always lonely until the dawn
And though it's not what we both want
Knowing she's there, I'll carry on

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 any words can say

She love 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 much more than yesterday

Love me tomorrow


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

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    Woot! 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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    My Opinion

    Chicago in its most fun form.

    A power ballad with great vocals and instrumentalisation.

    DMC12on February 22, 2024   Link

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