This is not to be confused with the Southern gospel song written by W.F. & Marjorie Crumley.
One of the better-known versions was by The Four Lads. This recording was made on August 18, 1952 and released by Columbia Records as catalog number 39865. It first reached the Billboard magazine charts on October 18, 1952. It peaked at #22 on the charts.
When this world began It was Heaven's plan There should be a girl for ev'ry single man. To my great regret Someone has upset Heaven's pretty progamme for we've never met. I'm clutching at straws, just because I may meet her yet.
Somebody loves me, I wonder who I wonder who she can be Somebody needs me, I wish that I knew Who she can be worries me
Every girl who passes by, I shout "Hey, maybe you were meant to be my lovin' baby" Somebody loves me, I wonder who Maybe it's you
Won't you believe me? Somebody loves me, I wonder who I wonder who that baby can be She's a killer, thriller
Somebody wants me, I wish that I knew Who she can be worries me For every girl who passes by, I shout "Hey, maybe you were meant to be my ever lovin' baby" Somebody loves me, I just wonder who Maybe, maybe, maybe it's you