This song eminates the feelings of the modern cavalier, even it's title is exemplary of the idea of fleeting opportunity. "There Will Never be Another Tonight" is an echo of the poet Robert Herrick's statement "this same flower that smiles today, tommorow will be dying." Bryan Adams was definately focusing on seizing the day when he wrote this song, "put on your best dress darlin, can't you see the time is right."
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a witch. He's not in this for her really, it's more for him and his image and pleasure and he's obvious about that "outside the world is waitin', flash your daimonds shine your lights". This muician puts the attitude of Andrew marvel ("though we cannot make our sun stand still, yet we will make him run.") in a modern phrase "There will never be another tonight" but "let the good times roll."