the song
title : Tomorrow night
written by : Sam Coslow (lyrics?) and Will [=Wilhelm] Grosz (music?)
song copyright : © 1939? Flamusic? / Wilhem Grosz Music Co.?
source recording : Eddi probably learnt this song from the cover version by Elvis Presley (her parents were big fans of his music) or perhaps one by Bob Dylan

the performance
musicians
Eddi Reader vocals
with :
Teddy Borowiecki? piano
Roy Dodds? drums
Boo Hewerdine? acoustic guitar
Kevin McGuire? double bass
Jack Maher? electric guitar?
music
key : A major
time-signature : 12/8
tempo : MM 93
form : V V M V v M V
lyrics

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Tomorrow night

tomorrow night
will you remember what you said tonight?
tomorrow night
will all the thrill be gone?

tomorrow night
will it be just another memory
or just another song
that’s in my heart to linger on?

your lips are so tender
and your heart is beating fast
and you willingly surrender
to me but darling will it last?

tomorrow night
will you be with me when the moon is bright?
tomorrow night
will you say those lovely things you said tonight?

– guitar solo

your lips are so tender
and your heart is beating fast
and you willingly surrender
to me but darling will it last?

tomorrow night
will you be with me when the moon is bright?
tomorrow night
will you say those lovely things you said tonight?
will you say those lovely things you said tonight?
will you say those lovely things you said tonight?


the recording
personnel
produced by : Eddi Reader
recorded by : Mark Freegard at 3kyoti studio, Glasgow, 2008;
additional recording by Teddy Borowiecki in ‘his mum’s garage’, somewhere in Canada
mixed by : Mark Freegard and Eddi Reader at 3kyoti studio, Glasgow, 2008
mastered by : Mark Freegard at 3kyoti studio, Glasgow, 2008
technical
signal path : DDD
track timing : 2:42
song timing : 2:39
released on
album : Love is the way [VICP-64749, Japan only] track 14

commentary
one of the rare songs without the usual verse-refrain or verse-chorus structuring: the repeated ‘tomorrow night’ acts as a refrain at the start of each ‘line’
Adrian Dover