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Maybe You'll Be There
Composer
Sammy Gallop
Lyricist
Rube Bloom
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1957
Recording
April 10, 1957
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"Maybe You'll Be There" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1949 album, Where Are You?.

Lyrics Edit

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
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 you lips were mine alone to kiss
Now after all those things you told me
How can it end like this
Someday if all my prayers are answered
I'll hear a footstep on the stair
With anxious heart
I'll hurry to the door
And maybe you'll
Be there

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