By Margaret Lyons
November 15, 2010 at 09:54 PM EST

Image Credit: Imagemore Co Ltd/Corbis“Tomorrow is just another day… that you’ll never forget,” claims Apple, as a way to tout a big iTunes announcement for tomorrow. (10 a.m. Eastern. Set your reminders, PopWatchers!) But what does it all mean? Eh, who can know the inner-workings of Steve Jobs’ magical noggin? If I could have one wish this holiday season, it would be for all the children of the world to join hands and sing together in the spirit of harmony and peace. But if I had two wishes, I’d wish for a bunch of stuff from Apple.

First, duh, streaming from the cloud. Isn’t that what everyone’s wishing for? So I could, say, sign into my iTunes account from another computer and listen to my music from there. Wouldn’t that be a treat? (Isn’t that why Apple bought Lala in the first place?)

Second, more robust TV offerings. I’d consider renting shows through the service if it had, you know, the shows I wanted to watch.

Third, buy-one-get-one-free songs. I just think it would be fun.

What are you wishing for, PopWatchers?

UPDATE: The Wall Street Journal reports Apple will soon announce a deal to sell Beatles music on  iTunes. It remains unclear if this will be part of Apple’s Tuesday announcement.

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