Song Question:
Maybe One Day

by Phil
(England)

I think this was the title or it could have been 'Maybe Some Day' and was a minor hit performed in the mid to late 60's by a vocal harmony group whose name escapes me.


They had a similar sound to the Sandpipers but I don't think it was them.

The lyrics are unfortunately very patchy but I remember one phrase went something like: "Maybe one day, maybe one day.....You will find there is love in your heart. There'll be nothing to keep us apart, maybe one day"

My dad used to have the song on an old reel to reel but the tape has been lost over the years and it is so frustrating trying to find some vestige of info on the song/band.

Hope you can help.

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Maybe One Day

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Jan 11, 2017
Found it
by: Phil

Thanks Phil H. It's amazing that you actually found another band who recorded this Tony Hatch song, and I can see why Anita Kerr would have recorded it.
I also eventually managed to locate the U.K version by a little known group called "The Sands Of Time", and it was this version that I remember.
However, I'd love to hear Anita's version and will now try to find that one!
Thanks very much for your help and contribution.
Phil W

Nov 11, 2016
Found this song
by: Phil H

Further from my 2014 comment; I have finally tracked it down.

It is "One Day" by the Anita Kerr singers.

Part of the lyrics goes like this:

"I think about you
When I think about the girls I dated
But they couldn't be
All the things you are to me
Don't say I'm wasting my time
Tell me now you'd be mine

Maybe one day
Maybe one day
You will find there is love in your heart
There'll be nothing to keep us apart
Maybe one day"

Phil H

May 07, 2014
maybe one day
by: Phil

I remember this song in the sixties, but who sang it?

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