In this song, Roman speaks about the need to appreciate every single moment in which we are alive and to make the most out of it as suggested by the powerful refrain “Yesterday is gone, tomorrow is today.” He also offers several sage insights about the fragility and complexity of life, like in the opening lines where he confesses his weaknesses and faults then follows that up with the words, “Ain’t no use believing in what I believe, believe yourself (believe in yourself). Here, Roman urges his listeners to pursue their individual paths and not mimic that of anyone else they might deem superior because they are just as flawed and imperfect.
Tomorrow is Today
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