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Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow

Got a tune in my head that won’t go away I’ve been singing it the entire day Called the radio station, asked them to play “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow” It came out in nineteen sixty-one I was only eight, but I heard it some My sister had it on a black vinyl forty-five The Shirelles made that song come alive It was written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King It is one of those songs you want to sing The Motown sound was being born Those soul sisters could sing up a storm Maybe I was too young to rock and roll But that song sure does have a lot of soul If you don’t remember or you never knew I have included the chorus for you! “Tonight you’re mine completely You give your love so sweetly Tonight the look of love is in your eyes But will you still love me tomorrow?”

Copyright © | Year Posted 2005

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