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MAYBE I'LL COME BACK (Charles L. Cooke / Howard C. Jeffrey) Judy Garland - 1956 Marlene Dietrich - 1959 I will come back when the elephants roost in the trees I will come back when the birds make love to the bees I will come back when the sun refuses to shine And President Coolidge is a cousin of mine I will come back when the fish walk around on two feet And promenade up and down on Washington Street When the snow has turned from white to blue Then maybe I will come back to you (Orchestral Break) Whistler's mother is a sister of mine (Orchestral Break) When the snow has turned from white to blue Then maybe I will come back to you Yes, maybe I'll come back Could be I'll be back Maybe I'll come back to you ***** TRIVIA: At the end of most episodes of her 1963-64 TV show,"The Judy Garland Show", she would ding sing "Maybe I'll Come Back." The song's original lyrics included the line "President Coolidge is a cousin of mine." For the TV series, Garland would substitute a different name each time she sang the song. These ranged from the show's video camera operator to horror film actor Bela Lugosi. ***** (Transcribed by Monique Adriaansen - August 2006) (Corrections/Additions by Mel Priddle - August 2006)

    


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