Billie Holiday

Me, Myself And I

A variant title is “Me, Myself and I (Are All in Love with You)”. The music was written by Irving Gordon with lyrics by Allen Roberts and Alvin S. Kaufman.

It was first recorded in 1937 by many artists, as was the custom of the day, including Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra, Benny Goodman and His Orchestra, Bob Howard and His Orchestra, and Dick Jurgens and His Orchestra with vocalist Eddy Howard . Tony Bennett included it in his 1997 Billie Holiday tribute album, “On Holiday”. Irving Gordon’s best known song is Unforgettable, written in 1951, and recorded the same year by Nat King Cole.

–Wikipedia

Me, Myself And I

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LYRICS ::

Me, myself and i
Are all in love with you
We all think you’re wonderful
We do

Me, myself and i
Have just one point of view
We’re convinced
There’s no one else like you
It can’t be denied dear
You brought the sun to us
We’d be satisfied dear
If you, you’d belong to one of us

So if you pass me by
Three hearts will break in two
Cause me, myself and i
Are all in love with you

Me, myself and i
Are all in love with you
We all think you’re wonderful
We do

Me, myself and i
Have just one point of view
We’re convinced
There’s no one else like you

It can’t be denied dear
You brought the sun to us
We’d be satisfied dear
If you’d belong to one of us

So if you pass me by
Three hearts will break in two
Cause me, myself and i
Are all in love with you