Ann has come down with a nasty cold. Despite sneezing, feeling congested and having a fever, Ann, against Donald's advice, refuses to pass up an audition for a commercial since she needs the money. What's worse is if she gets the job, the filming, which will take place the next day all day, is to be outside in the freezing cold and snow. To Donald's dismay, Ann gets the part. As Ann tries to get better before the job with Donald at her side trying to make her feel as comfortable as possible, Ann comes down with another symptom: she loses her hearing. After feeling relief learning that the hearing loss is only temporary and a manifestation of the cold, Ann is still determined to make it to the commercial shoot. But can she work if she can't hear the director or her cues? Written by
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The title is based upon the expression "Here today, gone tomorrow." See more
Lyrics by Sam Denoff
Music by Earle Hagen
Performed by Chorus See more