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Song Parodies -> "Will You Love Me Tomorrow (If I'm Broke Tonight)"

Original Song Title:

"Will You Love Me Tomorrow"

Original Performer:

The Four Seasons

Parody Song Title:

"Will You Love Me Tomorrow (If I'm Broke Tonight)"

Parody Written by:

Michael Pacholek

The Lyrics

Answer to Rick Duncan's "You've Gotta Spend" -- also written by Carole King. This parody works better with the Seasons' melancholy 1968 version, with Frankie Valli sounding more desperate than usual (makes sense, it was the last Top 40 hit for the old, pre-disco Seasons), rather than the upbeat 1961 version by the Shirelles, which is almost proto-feminist in the singer's demand for proof of love.
Tonight you're mine completely
as I spend bills so neatly.
Tonight the dollar signs are in your eyes (my darling)
but will you love me tomorrow?

Without a lasting treasure
do I then get no more pleasure?
The Benjamins, it's all about those guys? (my darling)
Will you still love me tomorrow?

Tonight with words unspoken
you say that I'm the wealthy one.
(Whoa, oh, oh...)
But if my bank is broken
will you run (will you run)
off into (will you run)
the sun? (Will you run off into the sun?)

I'd like to know if passion
(isn't just result)
isn't just result
of my cashin'.
So tell (so tell) me now (me now)
and I won't ask again (my darling)
Will you still love me?
Will you still love me?
Will... you... still... love... me...
tomorrow?

So tell me now
and I won't ask again!
(My darling!)
Will you still love me tomorrow?
(Whoa, oh, oh...)
Will you still love me tomorrow?
(Whoa, oh, oh...)
Will you still love me tomorrow?
(Whoa, oh, oh...)
Will you still love me tomorrow?
(Whoa, oh, oh...)
(repeat 'til fade)

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Arwen - October 28, 2004 - Report this comment
I gotta tell you, Michael...I only love you for your money...er...I mean your funny. 5s...
Kristof Robertson - October 28, 2004 - Report this comment
Brilliant job with one of my favourite songs...K-ching! 555
John Barry - October 28, 2004 - Report this comment
I like this today.
Michael Pacholek - October 28, 2004 - Report this comment
Arwen, if you love me for my money, then, as Ray Charles would say, well, you don't know me. 'Cause I'm busted. I'm broke. Like, no bread.
MasonR - October 28, 2004 - Report this comment
Nice one, Michael!
Arwen - October 28, 2004 - Report this comment
Fine...I'll have to settle for your outlandish good looks.
Airfarcewon - October 28, 2004 - Report this comment
I liked your "Golddigger Blues" here...5's
Michael Pacholek - October 28, 2004 - Report this comment
OK, I can live with that.
Meriadoc - October 29, 2004 - Report this comment
Nice parody, Pach. And if you get a chance, check out the Michael Stanley Band's live version of the OS - it's lovely!

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