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MAYBE YOU'LL BE THERE (Rube Bloom / Sammy Gallop) Gordon Jenkins & His Orch. (vocal: Charles Lavere) - 1947 Ziggy Elman & His Orch. (vocal: Bob Manning) - 1947 Benny Goodman & His Orch. - 1947 Robert Farnon & His Orch. (vocal: Paul Carpenter) - 1947 Frank Sinatra (Radio Transcript) - 1947 Kay Starr (Radio Transcript) - 1947 June Christy - 1955 Sarah Vaughan - 1955 Frank Sinatra - 1957 Lee Wiley - 1957 Pat Boone - 1959 Teresa Brewer - 1959 Joni James - 1960 Etta Jones - 1960 Betty Roché - 1961 Bobby Vinton - 1964 Carol Sloane - 1990 Willie Nelson - 1995 Diana Krall - 2001 Also recorded by: Billie Holiday; Billy & The Essentials; The Four Aces; Bing Crosby; Louis Armstrong; Jane Morgan; Lee Andrews & The Hearts; Louis Armstrong; Jimmy Roselli; Mark Murphy; Sugar Pie DeSanto; Betty Rhodes; Margie Day; Don Cherry; Peggy Lee & Bing Crosby; Lita Roza; Timi Yuro; Steve Conway; Carmen Cavallaro; Lou Christie; The Orioles; Frankie & The Fashions; Freddy Cole: ..........and others. (You said your arms would always hold me) (You said your lips were mine alone to kiss) (Now after all those things you told me) (How can it end like this) (Don't let it end like this) Each time I see a crowd of people Just like a fool I stop and stare It's really not the proper thing to do But maybe you'll be there (Maybe you'll be there) I go out walking after midnight Along the lonely thoroughfare It's not the time or place to look for you But maybe you'll be there You said your arms would always hold me You said your lips were mine alone to kiss Now after all those things you told me How can it end like this (And then your arms will always hold me) (Your lips will be mine alone to kiss) I'll never have to hurry to the door 'Cause, baby, you'll be there (Baby, you'll be there) (Maybe, you'll be there) (Transcribed from the Gordon Jenkins/Charles Lavere recording by Mel Priddle - February 2009)


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