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For the 2001 Italian film, see Tomorrow (2001 film). For the automobile, see Honda Domani.
Not to be confused with Forget Domani.

"Domani" (Italian for "tomorrow") is a 1955 song written by Ulpio Minucci with lyrics by Tony Velona. The melody is based on the intermezzo from the comic opera I Quattro Rusteghi by Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari. The most popular version of the song was recorded by Julius LaRosa, released by Cadence Records as catalog number 1265. It first reached the Billboard magazine charts on July 13, 1955 and lasted 7 weeks on the chart, peaking at #13.

The song was rendered in French - retaining the title "Domani" - by Renée Lebas; a Finnish rendering: "Huomenna", was recorded by Maynie Sirén.

Another song of the same name was released by the Twilight Singers on the "Black is the Color of My True Love's Hair" EP and on Greg Dulli's 2005 album Amber Headlights.

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