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Come What May (You Are Mine)

Words & Music by Franklyn Tableporter

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Come What May (You Are Mine)

Words & Music by Franklyn Tableporter

I am yours and you are mine, come what may
Love like ours remains divine, come what may
Even though we're miles apart
You're living in my lonely heart
At night the teardrops start and pour the long long day

I keep your picture near me since you went away
I plant a kiss upon your lips each night and day
Bear in mind and you will find a heart that is true
And I'll be here with you come what may

All right!

I keep your picture near me since you went away
I plant a kiss upon your lips each night and day
Bear in mind and you will find a heart that is true
And I'll be here with you come what may
And I'll be here with you come what may
And I'll be here with you come what may
Ah um bop a bop a um bop a bop a come what may

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Come What May was written by Franklin Tableporter in 1958 and recorded that year by Clyde McPhatter (Atlantic 1185). McPhatter's recording reached #43 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart and #20 on the rhythm & blues chart. The full title of the song is Come What May (You Are Mine).

Elvis recorded Come What May on May 28, 1966, at RCA's Nashville studios. His single release never made the charts, but it was listed as Bubbling Under at #109.

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I am yours and you are mine, come what may
Love like ours remains divine, come what may
Even though we're miles apart
You're living in my lonely heart
At night the teardrops start and pour the long long day

I keep your picture near me since you went away
I plant a kiss upon your lips each night and day
Bear in mind and you will find a heart that is true
And I'll be here with you come what may

All right!

I keep your picture near me since you went away
I plant a kiss upon your lips each night and day
Bear in mind and you will find a heart that is true
And I'll be here with you come what may
And I'll be here with you come what may
And I'll be here with you come what may
Ah um bop a bop a um bop a bop a come what may


Come What May was written by Franklin Tableporter in 1958 and recorded that year by Clyde McPhatter (Atlantic 1185). McPhatter's recording reached #43 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart and #20 on the rhythm & blues chart. The full title of the song is Come What May (You Are Mine).

Elvis recorded Come What May on May 28, 1966, at RCA's Nashville studios. His single release never made the charts, but it was listed as Bubbling Under at #109.