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This month's Free Tablature is
"Till We Meet Again"
Raymond Egan (lyrics); Richard Whiting (music) - 1918





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This month's tab is a 2-part arrangement of the Tin Pan Alley era song "Till We Meet Again".  In 1918, lyricist Raymond Eagan teamed up with composer Richard Whiting to write a song to be entered in a war song contest.  At the end of a day of working on it, Whiting decided it wasn't very good, and threw it in the trash.   His secretary retrieved it, and showed it to music publisher Jerome Remick, who changed the title from "Auf Wiedersehen" to "Till We Meet Again", and entered it in the contest.  It became the winning entry, and quickly became one of most popular songs of the World War I era, selling over 2 million copies in less than a year.  To this day it remains the single biggest selling individual sheet music title in the United States.

Whiting went on to compose music for other classic hits such as "Ain't We Got Fun", "Breezing Along with the Breeze", "On the Good Ship Lollipop", "Ukulele Lady", and "Hooray for Hollywood".  Over the years, he teamed with a number of other songwriters and lyricists of the time, including Johnny Mercer, George Gershwin, Gus Kahn, and Oscar Hammerstein.

Here's a link to version of the song being sung by Richard Whiting's daughter Margaret Whiting.

Here's a link to a YouTube video of this song being sung by Doris Day and James Emmons.

I've posted 2 versions of this 2-part arrangement (melody and harmony).  One in the key of A (capo at 4 out of D-A-d tuning).   And for those of you with a 1+ fret, I've also posted a version in the key of D that utilizes that extra fret.   There are midi sound files for both parts of both versions.


In music and friendship,



Key of A

Melody - Capo 4

Harmony - Capo 4


Key of D
Melody - 1+ fret

Harmony - 1+ fret


TablEdit files

Key of A
Till We Meet Again - Capo 4

Key of D

Till We Meet Again - 1+ fret


  PDF files

Key of A

Melody - capo 4

Harmony - Capo 4


Key of D

Melody - 1+ fret

Harmony - 1+ fret


Key of A

Capo 4 - both

Capo 4 - Melody

Capo 4 - Harmony


Key of D

1+ Fret - both

1+ fret - Melody

1+ fret - Harmony