It's A Lovely Day Tomorrow (3:15)

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  • hennyhh

    We´ll meet again, we sang it when the world trip 2007 of Queen Mary 2 several times in the Grand Lobby ....

    20 Feb 2012 Reply
  • BeckyLovesDelta

    I'm 19 and I like her...I'm nowhere near 60

    13 Nov 2011 Reply
  • dspry

    she is my favorite female singer of this era.....how soothing her voice and how effortless it seems....

    6 Aug 2010 Reply
  • alltheway49ers

    She is the Greats one,,,,, Every service man and women in world war II knows Her....

    26 Mar 2010 Reply
  • waiting-games

    It's kind of timeless though, I'm not so sure you have to be over 60 to be able to appreciate it. Perhaps younger people like myself have a different sense, it having been more passed down than experienced. For it to still have an affect shows it's pretty good though... Also, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8MCmIQIbIoA

    21 Feb 2010 Reply
  • les_luthiers

    in serious? wow that is interesting, seriously, i like the music of the world war 2, but i dont like the war obviously, that would be strange, i would like to have more communication, PD i love this page

    4 Feb 2009 Reply
  • LondonLouis

    You probably have to be my age (mid-60s) to have an idea of how big Vera Lynn was to the World War 2 generation. I had an Australian friend who was an ex bomber pilot, When he died, they played "There'll be Blue Birds over the White Cliffs of Dover" over his grave. She had a good voice. Tunes like "Tomorrow" were right for the era.

    5 Jan 2009 Reply

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