the buffoons - tomorrow is another day - stereo edit
the buffoons - tomorrow is another day - stereo edit
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An October 1967 Dutch # 8 hit, the first single of the Dutch band The Buffoons. A- and B-side were songs from the English close harmony band The Ivy League.

Hilco ter Heide (vocals)
Gerard van Tongeren (vocals, guitar)
Ely van Tongeren (solo guitar, vocals)
Maarten Assink (drums, vocals)
Bob Luiten (bass, vocals)
Benny de Groot (keys, vocals)

TOMORROW IS ANOTHER DAY
(Perry Ford)(singer in The Ivy League)

Tomorrow is another day but that shall never change the way
That I la la la la la la love you
Other loves have come and gone but our love will ever linger on
’Cause I la la la la la la love you
Tomorrow is another day and there’s a million things to say
’Cause I la la la la la la love you
Do tell me what you need to know and I’ll do anything to show
’Cause I la la la la la la love you

I love you in the morning when the sun shines bright and everywhere
I love you in the evening when the moon lights up your golden hair
It makes me love you, love you, love you, love you, love you

I la la la la la la love you
I love you in the morning when the sun shines bright and everywhere
I love you in the evening when the moon lights up your golden hair
It makes me love you, love you, love you, love you, love you

Tomorrow is another day but that shall never change the way
That I la la la la la la love you
La la la la la la love you
La la la la la la love you

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Views: 489
Uploaded: 4 years ago
Duration: 02:40
Rate this video
Rating: 0/5 ~ Votes: 0
Videos: 535
Subscribers: 28
Description
An October 1967 Dutch # 8 hit, the first single of the Dutch band The Buffoons. A- and B-side were songs from the English close harmony band The Ivy League.

Hilco ter Heide (vocals)
Gerard van Tongeren (vocals, guitar)
Ely van Tongeren (solo guitar, vocals)
Maarten Assink (drums, vocals)
Bob Luiten (bass, vocals)
Benny de Groot (keys, vocals)

TOMORROW IS ANOTHER DAY
(Perry Ford)(singer in The Ivy League)

Tomorrow is another day but that shall never change the way
That I la la la la la la love you
Other loves have come and gone but our love will ever linger on
’Cause I la la la la la la love you
Tomorrow is another day and there’s a million things to say
’Cause I la la la la la la love you
Do tell me what you need to know and I’ll do anything to show
’Cause I la la la la la la love you

I love you in the morning when the sun shines bright and everywhere
I love you in the evening when the moon lights up your golden hair
It makes me love you, love you, love you, love you, love you

I la la la la la la love you
I love you in the morning when the sun shines bright and everywhere
I love you in the evening when the moon lights up your golden hair
It makes me love you, love you, love you, love you, love you

Tomorrow is another day but that shall never change the way
That I la la la la la la love you
La la la la la la love you
La la la la la la love you

®© UMG

All rights reserved by the copyright owners. This nonprofit fan-made video is solely to promote awareness and interest in the artists and the music.
This sound recording is administered by UMG. No copyright infringement is intended. The purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education, not for monetary gain.
Category
Entertainment, Music
Autoplay: No Yes