Heptune presents:

How About Me?

    (Irving Berlin)

Transcribed from vocals by Clare Hanlon, with Fred Waring and His Orchestra, recorded 11/5/28;
From Fred Waring, Volume 1: The Collegiate Years; Old Masters, MB126.

It's over,
All over,
And soon somebody else
Will make a fuss about you,
But how about me?

It's over,
All over,
And soon somebody else
Will tell his friends about you,
But what about me?

You'll find somebody new,
But what am I to do?
I'll still remember you
When you have forgotten.

And maybe,
A baby
Will climb upon your knee
And put its arms about you,
But how about me?





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Published 5/31/02.

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