Well, well, well
Maybe I'll want you tomorrow
The most beautiful girl in the world
On the deep blue sea

Perhaps you noticed that I never look you in the eye
I'm just afraid that I might die of my love for you
I want to kiss you, but baby, I dare not try
Or my dreams most surely will come true
So that's why¡

Please don't hold my hand cause I will
Damn sure understand and kill
The other boys in the band who want you tomorrow, tomorrow

They can't tap it - not tomorrow
(The most beautiful girl in the world)
You're mine tomorrow

On a deep blue sea I want to be swept away
With you I could pass the time of every night and every day (All time)
Never remembering the songs to sing, let alone what notes to play
I'm gonna die of my love for you, baby

Stay with me tonight, my dear
But please don't hold me tight 'cause I fear
My heart just might feel joy instead of sorrow tomorrow

I don't want to be happy - not tomorrow (not tomorrow)
The most beautiful girl in the world
I'd rather cry tomorrow

Tomorrow is the day I say after today
That you and I can play like we want to
With under garments thrown, the seed can be sown
Slippery in the sauna

If I could just look you in the eye
But baby, I dare not try
Cause then my dreams will surely come true (All time)

Please don't hold my hand cause I will
Damn sure understand and kill
The other boys in the band who want you tomorrow, tomorrow

The most beautiful girl in the world {x2}

Lyrics submitted by Gothy_Bura

2morrow Lyrics as written by Prince Rogers Nelson

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