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May 22, 2022




In 97, Sheryl Crow peaked at No.12,

with ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’, on A & M.

And in 98, ‘Daysleeper’, on Warner Brothers,

reached No. 6, for R.E.M.


In 56, Patience & Prudence made No.28,

on London, with ‘Tonight You Belong To Me’.

And in 61, ‘Tomorrow’s Clown’, on Philips,

for Marty Wilde, rose to No.33.


In 73, ‘Tomorrow Rising’, on EMI,

gave Cliff Richard a No.29.

And in 83, Randy Crawford reached No.51,

on Warner Brothers, with ‘Night Line’.


In 65, ‘Here Comes The Night’, on Decca,

was a Top 2 for Them.

And in 79, The UK Subs peaked at No.28,

with ‘Tomorrow’s Girl’, on Gem.


In 02, Ronan Keating reached No.1,

with ‘If Tomorrow Never Comes’, on Polydor.

And in 09, ‘If Today Was Your Last Day’, on Roadrunner,

took Nickel Back, to No.64.


In 96, ‘The Day We Caught The Train’, on MCA,

was a Top 4, for Ocean Colour Scene.

And in 08, ‘The Day That Never Came’, on Mercury,

gave Metallica a No.19.


In 71, ‘Tomorrow Night’, on B & C,

for Atomic Rooster, was at No.11.

And in 97, ‘Today’s The Day’, on Parlophone,

for Sean Maguire, rose to No.27.


In 74, Paper Lace, had a US No.1 & UK Top 3,

on Bus Stop, with ‘The Night Chicago Died’.

And in 90, ‘Today Forever’, on Creation,

was at No.14, for Ride.


In 65, ‘Come Tomorrow’, on HMV,

was a Top 4 for Manfred Mann.

And in 92, ‘Always Tomorrow’, on Epic,

peaked at No.24, for Gloria Estefan.


In 75, ‘What A Difference A Day Makes’, on Kudu,

for Esther Phillips rose to No.6.

And in 95, ‘Tomorrow Robins Will Sing’, on Motown,

was at No.71, for Stevie Wonder, ending this mix.



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