Friday night and most likely quite a few people during this shortest night of the year will try to live the underlying meaning of this great song.
Meglio Stasera composed by Henry Mancini for the 1963 film The Pink Panther and sung by young actress Fran Jeffries. The song exists in different versions and languages (English: It had better be tonight).
A rough translation from the Italian original (Wikipedia):
Chorus: Better tonight, than tomorrow or never. Tomorrow, who knows what will be?
Don’t tell me to wait for tomorrow to come. There’s a door that you’re closing, between you and me. Tonight, if you decide to say ‘yes’ to me, I’ll devote the tomorrows to come only to you. (Chorus)
The day is born, the day dies, and the night will bring the uncertainty of tomorrow … who knows, who knows? Just a single desire is enough to give you no rest; it’s like a flea on the sheets, so that you can’t sleep. (Chorus)
In one sentence: Let’s better do it tonight because who knows what tomorrow will bring.
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