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  1. About “Tomorrow Belongs to Me” (Unreviewed) This song was originally sung by waiters at the Kit Kat Klub, but was changed for the 19productions to this recorded version.
  2. "Tomorrow Belongs To Me" is a song originally performed in the Broadway production of Cabaret and later included in the film version. The track was used as an introduction to Duran Duran's first show featuring Simon Le Bon as lead singer in About the song Edit. The song was written by John Kander and Fred Ebb in the style of a traditional German song, Genre: Stage musical.
  3. Mar 21,  · Throughout the Stormfront thread, many users perpetuated the idea that Kander and Ebb cribbed a German folk song to write “Tomorrow Belongs To Me” — or maybe it was Italian. Others say the song was inspired by the official song of the Hitler Youth, “Es zittern die morschen Knochen” (“The rotten bones are trembling”), by Hans Baumann.
  4. Features ‘Tomorrow Belongs To Me’: Alex Harvey Embraces The Future. After years of toil, the Scottish frontman and his band were en route to the UK album top ten.
  5. Cabaret: Tomorrow Belongs to Me. Robert Sharp;Joel Grey;Cabaret Ensemble. From the Album Cabaret (Original Broadway Cast Recording) June 2, out of 5 stars 2 ratings. $ Start your day free trial of Unlimited to listen to this song plus tens of 5/5(2).
  6. The "Tomorrow Belongs to Me" scene was controversial, with Kander and Ebb, both of whom were Jews, sometimes being wrongly accused of using a historical Nazi song. According to a November Variety article, the film was censored in West Berlin when it was first released there theatrically, with the sequence featuring the Hitler Youth singing "Tomorrow Belongs to Me.
  7. Tomorrow Belongs To Me The branch of the Linden is leafy and green The rage has deserted the sea The world holds a promise that shines unseen Tomorrow Belongs To Me. The babe in his cradle is soundly asleep The blossom embraces the bee And love like a valley lies wide and deep Tomorrow Belongs To Me.
  8. Songwriter John Kander and lyricist Fred Ebb wrote “Tomorrow Belongs to Me.” For 40 years Kander and Ebb were famous for their stage musicals, though they also scored several movies. Notable Kander-Ebb hits include “All That Jazz,” “Cabaret,” and “New York, New York.”.

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