Words & Music by Allan Flynn and Frank Madden, 1935
Recorded by Perry Como & Eddie Fisher, 1952 (#3)

D   D6  B7  E7    Bm7-5 Fdim  E7
May  -  be you'll think  of   me 

A7   Em7 Edim A7 Gdim  D    Cdim  Em7  A7
When you  are all a - lone;

 D9   D  A7   D9  D  A7  Fdim   A7 Cdim A7
May - be the one who is  wait - ing for you

Fdim  A7  G/B   A7
Will prove un - true, 

G    Gdim A7/6 Fdim D
Then what will  you do?

D   D6  B7   E7   Bm7-5 Fdim  E7
May  -  be you'll  sit  and  sigh, 

 A7    Em7 Edim A7  Em7   D    
Wish - ing that I  were near;

D+5   G  G/F#       Bm7-5 Fdim  E7  D   Fdim D    B7
Then may - be you'll ask   me   to come back a - gain,

Fdim D    B7 B7/F# A7  Edim   D 
And may - be I'll  say "May - be."

While artists joining forces to record a song was hardly new in 1952, the usual routine seemed to be either for a male soloist and female soloist to join for a duet, or a solo vocalist of either gender to team with a group. This is one of the very few I've ever encountered where two male solo vocalists to join forces.

Some may assert numerous Bob Hope/Bing Crosby cooperative ventures as proof to the contrary, but Hope was clearly better known as an actor/comedian than as a singer, while Como and Fisher were both known principally, if not exclusively, as solo vocalists.

The lyric and guitar chord transcriptions on this site are the work of The Guitarguy and are intended for private study, research, or educational purposes only. Individual transcriptions are inspired by and and based upon the recorded versions cited, but are not necessarily exact replications of those recorded versions.