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Busby Berkeley films are usually remembered for frivolity and spectacular song and dance sequences, but - just occasionally - he hits you with a sucker punch, and "Remember My Forgotten Man" from "Gold Diggers of 1933" is one of them. Written by Harry Warren (music) and Al Dubin (lyrics), the song starkly depicts the effects of the depression on the men returning from the 1st World War and their families. Played on my Ian Chisholm No. 18 guitar. ( It's a great tune, and I'm playing it very simply here in Am, emphasising the flow of the melody. Tabs, music & chords available from my website at: http://