“I Wonder If She’s Waiting There for Me” is a popular song from the early 20th century, with lyrics and music by Charles Smith. The song was first published in 1903 and has been covered by many artists over the years. The song is a romantic ballad that expresses the longing and uncertainty of a man who is separated from the woman he loves. The song’s lyrics ask poignant questions such as “Does she think of me, I wonder, does she care?” and “Are her thoughts of me still sweet?” The song has a gentle, wistful melody that perfectly complements its nostalgic and romantic lyrics.
The song was first introduced by Violet McMillen, a singer, actress, and director.