"Someday You'll Call My Name" as written by Eddie Hill and Jean Branch....
Someday you'll [F] call my name and I won't [Bb] answer
Someday you'll [F] reach for me I won't be [C7] there
For you've grown [F] tired of all the love I [Bb] gave you
But some-[F] day you'll [C7] wish that I still [F] care.

[C7] All these years how I've [F] loved you
Still I [G] know I claim you for my [C7] own
Someday you'll [F] call my name and I won't [Bb] answer
For some-[F] day you'll [C7] find yourself a-[F] lone.

When you hair has turned from Gold to Silver
And your eyes are dimmed by passing years
You'll remember darling what I told you
There'll be no one then to dry your tears.

There'll come a time in your life dear
When you'll need someone who will care
Someday you'll call my name and I won't answer
For someday you'll find that I'm not there.


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"Someday You'll Call My Name" as written by Jean Branch Eddie Hill

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