Mabel Wayne (July 16, 1890 – June 19, 1978) was an American songwriter. She was born in Brooklyn, New York as Mabel Wimpfheimer in 1890 (although she preferred to use the dates 1899 and 1904 later), and studied piano in Switzerland and then at the New York School of Music. Wayne performed as a concert pianist and singer, and as a dancer in vaudeville, and had a short-lived marriage to a salesman in the 1910s.
- 1925 - "Don't Wake Me Up, Let Me Dream", lyrics by L. Wolfe Gilbert
- 1926 - "In a Little Spanish Town", lyrics by Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young
- 1928 - "Ramona", lyrics by L. Wolfe Gilbert.
- 1930 - "It Happened in Monterey", lyrics by Billy Rose for the film King of Jazz later recorded and popularized by Frank Sinatra in 1956.
- 1941 - "I Understand", lyrics by Kim Gannon.
Mabel Wayne married Nick Campbell, a music publisher based in New York, on March 15, 1948 in the Little Church of the West, located in Reno, Nevada. Lanny Ross and his wife served as the best man and matron of honor.
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