Beyond Tomorrow (song)
Words and music are by Mikis Theodorakis (who was nominated for Grammy and BAFTA awards for the soundtrack) and Larry Kusik. Como was backed by the Ray Charles Singers and recorded the song at an RCA studio (studio "C") in New York City.
The catalog numbers of the 45rpm singles released are as follows:
- United States: RCA Victor APB0-0225-A (flip side: "It All Seems to Fall Into Line")
- Japan: RCA SS-2356 (flip side: "It All Seems to Fall Into Line")
- UK: LPB0-7518 B (1974) (flip side: "I Want to Give")
- Bolivia: RCA 9067 (flip side: "Eres Tu" ("That's You"))
It is a love song, starting with images of "waking spring" and "golden sunrise" with love as a summer harvest. It continues "Beyond tomorrow, the gift of lovers, waits bright and free." and ends with the two lovers standing alone against a cold sky.
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