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Someday Sweetheart
ASCAP Work ID: 120045843
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Music and Lyrics by:
Benjamin Franklin "Reb" Spikes ASCAP #29339962

John C. Spikes ASCAP #29340002

Publisher: Harold Rossiter Music Company - Chicago
(1919) date first given







Someday Sweetheart

Someday, sweetheart,
You may be sorry
For what you've done
To my poor heart;
And you may regret
Those vows that you've broken,
And the things that you did to me
That made us drift apart.

Oh, you're happy now,
And you can't see how
Those weary blues
Will ever come to you;
But as you sow,
So shall you reap, dear;
And what you reap
Will gonna make you weep,
Someday, sweetheart!

Someday, sweetheart,
Oh you're gonna be sorry, oh yes
For what you done
To my poor heart;
And you may regret
Those vows that you've broken, oh-oh-oh-oh!
And the things that you did to me
That made us drift apart.

Oh, you're happy now,
And you can't see how
Those weary blues
Ever gonna come to you;
But as you sow-ho-ho,
So shall you reap,
And what you reap
Is gonna make you weep,
Someday!

Come on baby,
Have a heart!
Don't you tell me
That we have to part.
You know I've loved you
From the start,
You'll rue the day,
And blue is the day
You break my heart.

ibid: by some accounts this tune should also have Ferdinand Joseph LaMothe "Jelly Roll" Morton on it,
as it has been reported he wrote it and sold the rights to the Spikes Brothers.*,
but in the "Red" Spikes Wikipedia bios "Spikes composed "Someday Sweetheart" with his brother John in 1919.
Jelly Roll Morton recorded it in 1923 and again in 1926, and the song has become a popular jazz standard".


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Others who have recorded this song


  1. Red Allen

  2. Chet Atkins and Les Paul – "Chester & Lester" - RCA LP - APL1-1167 track 8 of 10 - 33 1/3rpm - 1976 (US) - 3:19

  3. Chet Atkins and Les Paul – "Chester & Lester" - RCA LP - LSA 3290 track 8 of 10 - 33 1/3rpm - 1976 (UK) - 3:19

  4. Chet Atkins and Les Paul – "Chester & Lester" - RCA LP - AYL1-3682 track 8 of 10 - 33 1/3rpm - 1980 reissue (US) - 3:19

  5. Chet Atkins and Les Paul – "Chester & Lester" - RCA Nashville, Legacy CD - 82876 76379 2 track 8 of 10 - 2007 (US) - 3:19

  6. Mildred Bailey and Her Alley Cats - 3057-A (B-"When Day Is Done") - 18093 - September 20, 1935 - 3:32

  7. Paul Barbarin – "Paul Barbarin And His New Orleans Jazz" - Atlantic - LP 1215 track 8 of 9 - 33 1/3rpm - US - 1955

  8. Paul Barbarin – "Paul Barbarin And His New Orleans Jazz" - Atlantic - LP 90977 1 track 8 of 9 - 33 1/3rpm - US - reissue 1988

  9. Count Basie and His Orchestra - Columbia - 861D - 26283 - WCO26283 - November 7, 1939 -

  10. the Bucktown Five - 1923/24

  11. The California Ramblers - 1927

  12. Frankie Carle – "Honky Tonk Piano Vol. 2" - RCA Victor EPB 3080 - 45rpm - 2X7" EP - US - 1952

  13. Frankie Carle – "Honky Tonk Piano Vol. 2" - RCA Victor LPM 3080 track 4 of 8 - 33 1/3rpm - 10" - US - 1952

  14. Benny Carter Featuring The Voices Of Sammy Davis, Jr., Louis Armstrong And Mel Tormι – "A Man Called Adam" - Reprise - RS-6180 - 33 1/3rpm track 4 of 13 - US - 1966 - 3:06

  15. Benny Carter Featuring The Voices Of Sammy Davis, Jr., Louis Armstrong And Mel Tormι – "A Man Called Adam" - Retrograde - FSM 80126-2 - CD track 4 of 13 - US - 2007 - 3:06

  16. Charleston Chasers - Columbia - 861D - W143258=3 - January 4, 1927 - 3:08

  17. Eddie Condon (England)

  18. Bing Crosby - Brunswick – 01992-B (A-"Someday Sweetheart") - 78rpm - 10" - DLA-9=A (same as Decca 101-B) - Los Angeles, CA - August 8, 1934 - 3:08 (UK release)

  19. Bing Crosby - Decca - 101B (A-"Someday Sweetheart") - DLA-9=A (same as Brunswick –01992-B) - Los Angeles, CA - August 8, 1934 - 3:08
    on the label the name is "Someday, Sweetheart"

  20. Kenny Davern

  21. Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - vocal: Helen O'Conner - Decca - 18385A - 70526 - New York, NY - March 17, 1942 - 2:46

  22. The Five Keys - Aladdin - 3228-A (B-"Love My Loving") - RCA2114 - 3:07

  23. Pete Fountain – "Pete Fountain Day" - Coral CRL 57313 (US/Canada) - track 9 of 10 - 1959 - 5:26

  24. Golden Gate Dance Orchestra - Banner 6050-B (A-"I'm Always On The Road To Nowhere") - 7456=2 - DO4009 - 1017 - August 12, 1928 -

  25. The Georgians - Columbia - 117D - 81655=2 - March 27, 1924 - 3:13

  26. Benny Goodman and His Orchestra – "Down South Camp Meetin'" - Columbia – A-1874 - 45rpm 7" EP side 1 track 1 of 2 - US

  27. Benny Goodman and His Orchestra, Trio And Quartet – "1937/38 Jazz Concert No. 2 Vol. 2" - Columbia Masterworks ML 4591 - 33 1/3 - 12" - side 2 track 8 of 9 - US/Canada - 1950

  28. Benny Goodman Trio - Victor 25181-A - 92707=1 - BB10463 - July 13, 1935 - 2:42

  29. Nat Gonella and Freddie Garddner (with Norman Payne)

  30. Jeff Healey and The Jazz Wizards - "it's tight like that" - Stony Plain CD - track 5 of 12 - 2006 - 6:47

  31. Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Philips - PHM-200-004 "Swing Low, Sweet Clarinet" - side 2 track 6 - New York, City - Janauary ??, 1962 -

  32. Art Hodes Jazz Record Six - Jazz Record - 1007-B (A-"Wolverine Blues") - 304 -
    Trumpet - Henry Goodman
    Clarinet - Cecil Scott
    Trombone - George Lugg
    Piano - Art Hodes
    Bass - Pops Foster
    Drums - Kaiser Marshell

  33. Alberta Hunter - Decca - 7727-A (B-"Downhearted Blues") - 66109=A - New York, NY - August 14, 1939 - 2:44
    Vocal - Alberta Hunter
    Trumpet - Charlie Shavers
    Clarinet - Buster Bailey
    Bass - Wellman Braud
    Piano - Lil Hardin (Armstrong)

  34. Alberta Hunter Ray's Dreamland Orchestra - Black Swan 2019-B (A-"He's A Darn Good Man To Have Around") - New York, NY - May ??, 1921 -

  35. Alberta Hunter Ray's Dreamland Orchestra - Paramount 12012-B (A-"He's A Darn Good Man To Have Around") - New York, NY - May ??, 1921 -

  36. Frankie Laine – "Frankie Laine" - Bravo – BR 304 - 7" 45rpm EP side 2 track 2 of 2 - UK - 1964

  37. Ted Lewis and His Orchestra - Columbia - 2336-D - W150479=4 - April 17, 1930 - 3:28

  38. Joe Liggins and His Honeydrippers - Exclusive – 238-a (B-"Yvette") -
    Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – "Little" Willie Jackson*
    Bass – Eddie Davis
    Drums – "Peppy" Prince
    Guitar – Frank Pasley
    Piano – Joe Liggins
    Tenor Saxophone – James Jackson

  39. Paul Martin's Soothing Music - Bluebird - 7827-A (B-"A Kiss For Cinderella") - 26071 - MW7551 - Hollywood, CA - September 1, 1938 -

  40. Melody Boys - Bluebird - 8172-A (B-"Wait Till The Sun Shines, Nellie") - 26936 - MW7694 - September ??, 1938 -

  41. Al Miller - Black Patti 8047-B (A-"I Found A Four Leaf Clover") - G12924 - July 15, 1927 -

  42. Al Morgan and Frankie Froeba and His Boys - Decca - 28229-A (B-"Is It True What They Say About Dixie" - 82299 -

  43. Jelly Roll Morton - 1923

  44. Jelly Roll Morton and The Red Hot Pepper Band - Victor 20405-A - Chicago, IL - 1926 - 3:28

  45. King Oliver Dixie Syncopators - Vocalion 1059 - E3843/2 - VO15493 - September 17, 1926 - 2:56

  46. Original Indiana Five – Harmony – 501-H(A) (B-"I'm Coming Virginia") - 78rpm -

  47. Louis Panico and His Orchestra - Decca - 159-B (A-"Wabash Blues") - C-9422=A - Chicago, IL - September 7, 1934 -
    Vocal - Jean Fry
    Clarinet - Maurie Bercov
    Drums - Bobby Christian
    Trombome - Don Jones
    Alto Sax - Putty Nettles
    Bass - Andy Panico
    Trumpet - Louis Panico
    Piano, Guitar and Vocal - Unknown

  48. Louis Panico and His Orchestra - Decca - 25416-B

  49. Piccadilly Players - 1927

  50. Les Paul And Mary Ford – Capitol – F3015-A (B-"Song In Blue") - 45rpm - 1955 -

  51. Bob Scobey's Frisco Band - Good Time Jazz - 95-A (B-"Parson's Kansas City Blues") - 10" 78rpm - Los Angeles, CA - January 17 - 21, 1955 -
    Trumpet - Bob Scobey
    Trombone - Jack Buck
    Clarinet - Bill Napier
    Piano - Ernie Lewis
    Banjo, Vocals - Clancy Hayes
    Tuba - Dick Lammi
    Drums - Earl Watkins

  52. Bob Scobey's Frisco Band - Good Time Jazz - 45095-B (A-"Parson's Kansas City Blues") - 7" 45rpm - Los Angeles, CA - January 17 - 21, 1955 -
    Trumpet - Bob Scobey
    Trombone - Jack Buck
    Clarinet - Bill Napier
    Piano - Ernie Lewis
    Banjo, Vocals - Clancy Hayes
    Tuba - Dick Lammi
    Drums - Earl Watkins

  53. Bob Scobey's Frisco Band - ("Bob Scobey's Frisco Band") - Good Time Jazz - EP 1038 - 7" 45rpm EP - Los Angeles, CA - January 17 - 21, 1955 -
    Trumpet - Bob Scobey
    Trombone - Jack Buck
    Clarinet - Bill Napier
    Piano - Ernie Lewis
    Banjo, Vocals - Clancy Hayes
    Tuba - Dick Lammi
    Drums - Earl Watkins

  54. Bob Scobey's Frisco Band - ("Bob Scobey's Frisco Band") - Good Time Jazz - L 12006 - 12" 33 1/3rpm - side 1 track 2 - Los Angeles, CA - January 17 - 21, 1955 -
    Trumpet - Bob Scobey
    Trombone - Jack Buck
    Clarinet - Bill Napier
    Piano - Ernie Lewis
    Banjo, Vocals - Clancy Hayes
    Tuba - Dick Lammi
    Drums - Earl Watkins

  55. Bob Scobey's Frisco Band - ("Bob Scobey's Frisco Band - Vocals By Clancy Hayes") - Good Time Jazz - CD 12006-2 - CD - Los Angeles, CA - January 17 - 21, 1955 -
    Trumpet - Bob Scobey
    Trombone - Jack Buck
    Clarinet - Bill Napier
    Piano - Ernie Lewis
    Banjo, Vocals - Clancy Hayes
    Tuba - Dick Lammi
    Drums - Earl Watkins

  56. Bob Scobey's Frisco Band - ("Bob Scobey's Frisco Band - Featuring Clancy Hayes") - Fantasy - B000000XH0 - CD - track 6 0f 18 - Los Angeles, CA - October 11, 1991 -
    Trumpet - Bob Scobey
    Trombone - Jack Buck
    Clarinet - Bill Napier
    Piano - Ernie Lewis
    Banjo, Vocals - Clancy Hayes
    Tuba - Dick Lammi
    Drums - Earl Watkins

  57. Bob Scobey's Frisco Band - ("Bob Scobey's Frisco Band Favorites") - Good Time Jazz - FCD 60-010 - CD - Los Angeles, CA - January 17 - 21, 1955 -
    Trumpet - Bob Scobey
    Trombone - Jack Buck
    Clarinet - Bill Napier
    Piano - Ernie Lewis
    Banjo, Vocals - Clancy Hayes
    Tuba - Dick Lammi
    Drums - Earl Watkins

  58. The Savannah Syncopators - Brunswick – 3373-A (B-"Wa Wa Wa") - Canada -

  59. Boyd Senter - Okeh – 40819-B (A-"Christine") - 1927 -
    Clarinet – Boyd Senter
    Guitar – Ed Lang
    Jack Russell
    Piano [Uncredited]

  60. Artie Shaw

  61. Muggsy Spanier Ragtimers - Biltmore 1044-A (B-"Da Da Strain") - 040261-2 - BB B-10384-B, MW M-8377, HMV B-9008, HMV EA-2776, HMV JK-2022, V-Disc 29, V-Disc 249 - New York, NY - July 7, 1939 -

  62. Muggsy Spanier's Ragtime Band – Bluebird – B-10384-B (A-"That Da Da Strain") - 78rpm - 10" - Chicago, IL - July 7, 1939 - 2:43
    Clarinet – Rod Cless
    Double Bass – Pat Pattison
    Drums – Marty Greenberg
    Guitar – Bob Casey
    Piano – George Zack
    Tenor Saxophone – Ray McKinstry
    Trombone – George Brunies
    Trumpet – Muggsy Spanier

  63. Muggsy Spanier's Ragtime Band – V-Disc – 249-B1 (B2-"At The Jazz Band Ball") - 78rpm - 12" - New York, NY - July 7, 1939 -
    Clarinet – Rod Cless
    Double Bass – Pat Pattison
    Drums – Marty Greenberg
    Guitar – Bob Casey
    Piano – George Zack
    Tenor Saxophone – Ray McKinstry
    Trombone – George Brunies
    Trumpet – Muggsy Spanier

  64. Kay Starr - Capitol – F936-B (A-"Bonaparte's Retreat") - 45rpm - 7" - 1950

  65. Kay Starr - Capitol – F936-B (A-"Bonaparte's Retreat") - 78rpm - 10" - 1950 - 2:29

  66. Priscilla Stewart – Paramount – 12465-B (A-"P.D.Q. Blues") - 78rpm - 10" -

  67. Eddie Lang - Joe Venuti and Their All Star Orchestra - Panachord 25151-B (A-"Farewell Blues") - 1930/31

  68. Eddie Lang - Joe Venuti and Their All Star Orchestra - Brunswick 80078-B (A-"Beale Street Blues") - E-37272 - 1931

  69. The Venuti-Lang All-Star Orchestra – "The Venuti-Lang All-Star Orchestra" - Brunswick – OE 9468 - 7" 45rpm EP side 2 track 2 of 2 - UK - 1959

  70. Jimmy Waden - 1923/24

  71. Ethel Waters - Columbia 14264D - W144864=1 - New York, NY - October 14, 1927

  72. Teddy Wilson

  73. Sol Yaged / Coleman Hawkins – "Jazz At The Metropole" - Philips - LP - 652 009 BL track 6 of 7 - UK - 1962 -

  74. Sol Yaged / Coleman Hawkins – "Jazz At The Metropole" - Philips - LP - 852 009 BY track 6 of 7 - UK - 1962 -


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