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Will You Love Me Tomorrow

Will you love me tomorrow or Will you still love me tomorrow "is a song written by Gerry Goffin in 1960 and Carole King. The first one would record was Johnny Matthis, however his manager at Columbia RecordsMitch Miller saw nothing in. Follows that the recordings were The Shirelles, which in turn were followed by a whole laundry list of artists ranging from Pat Boone to The Zombies and by Roberta Flack to Amy Winehouse.That covers appear to this day. Carole King took it myself only in 1971 for her album TapestryHerman Brood in 1989 for Netherlands did a bit on his album Hooks .


[hide]*1 The Shirelles

The Shirelles[Edit]Edit

Will you love me tomorrow
Single from:

The Shirelles

From the album:

Tonight's the night

B-side (s) Boys
Released november 1960
Recording 1960
Genre Rhythm and blues
Duration 2: 43
Tag Scepter Records
Writer (s) Gerry Goffin, Carole King
Producer (s) Luther Dixon (Ludix Productions)
The Shirelles

Tonight's the night


Will you love me tomorrow


Dedicated to the one I love

Order on tonight's the night

Lower the flame


Will you love me tomorrow


Doin ' the round

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The first to the recordings also had the most success. They took two weeks on the Billboard Hot 100list. They were 19 weeks in that list. In the United Kingdom took out the picture fourth in 15 weeks listing.

It had also had the little close The Shirelles declined. The lead singer of The Shirelles Shirley Owens wanted it first not sing; they thought it was too country-like. Only when Luther Dixon gave Owens a strijkoorkestje behind its objections put on. it brought her another first. Will you love me tomorrow is according to tradition, the first single sung by only women, who got the first place in the American charts. It got so a ban by some conservative radio stations with it; they found the text too erotic. The line "Can I believe the magic in your sighs" will there have been to blame.

Radio 2 Top2000[Edit]Edit

Number with listing (s)

in the Radio 2 Top 2000

' 99 ' 00 ' 01 ' 02 ' 03 ' 04 ' 05 ' 06 ' 07 ' 08 ' 09 ' 10 ' 11 ' 12 ' 13
Will you love me tomorrow - 1914 - - - - - - - - - - - - -


Will you love me tomorrow
Single from:

Melanie Safka

From the album:


B-side (s) Here I am
Released november 1973
Tag Neighborhood Records
Producer (s) Peter Schekery
Melanie Safka

Bitter bad


Will you love me tomorrow


Lover's cross

Order on Madraguda

I think it's going to rain today


Will you love me tomorrow


Maybe not for a lifetime

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In 1974 brought the number from Melanie . They also took out the American and British charts with the song. She came in the US does not go beyond the 82nd place and in England the 37th (5 weeks). In the Netherlands and Belgium was not a success. The music producer was her husband. The song was not on the US pressing of her LP, but was Madragudaby the (small) success in England still on the plate re-pressed.

Bryan Ferry[Edit]Edit

Will you love me tomorrow
Single from:

Bryan Ferry

From the album:


B-side (s) A hard rains a-gonna fall
Released 1993
Duration 6: 05
Tag Virgin Records
Producer (s) Robin Trower
Bryan Ferry

I put a pell on you


Will you love m tomorrow


Girl of my best friend

Order on Taxi

I Put a Spell on You


Will you love me tomorrow


Answer me

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Goffin and King again In 1993 could royalties being credited. In this case, it was an edition of Bryan Ferry. Who took out in England in five weeks the 23rd place. He was accompanied by, among others, Robin Trower (guitar) and Greg Tambu also featured John James (synthesizers). Also this version took out the Dutch and Belgian charts not.

Amy Winehouse[Edit]Edit

Amy Winehouse also took out the British charts with her version Will you still love me tomorrow. She stood one week at number 62, it is August 6, 2011. In addition to those British list took them also a fair number of weeks in the Belgian charts.

Belgian BRT Top 30[Edit]Edit

Chart positions: 18-2-2012-18-5-2012
Week: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Position: 22 17 14 12 11 12 13 17 20 24 25 29 30 from


There are two sequel songs known to the question Will you love me tomorrow. Bertell D'ache soon sang his answer Not just tomorrow, but always. He was followed closely by The Satintones with their Tomorrow and always. The latter follows the melody line of the original song. They reported this recently, when there was threatened with a lawsuit about the credits.

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