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All of Me
Composer
Seymour Simons
Lyricist
Gerald Marks
Published
August 2, 1954
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August 2, 1954
Recording
1954
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"All of Me" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1954 album, Swing Easy!.

Sinatra also performed this song live on his album Red Norvo Quintet: Live in Australia. Count Basie and his orchestra performed this song in an instrumental on Sinatra's 1966 live album, Sinatra at the Sands.

History Edit

"All of Me" was written by Gerald Marks and Seymour Simons in the December of 1931, and was shortly recorded Belle Baker and Ruth Etting.[1]

Releases Edit

Studio recordings
Live performances
Reissues

Lyrics Edit

All of me - why not take all of me
Can't you see - I'm no good without you

Take my lips - I want to lose them
Take my arms - I'll never use them

Your good-bye - left me with eyes that cry
How can I - get along without you

You took the part - that once was (used to be) my heart
So why not - why not take all of me

Other artists Edit

References Edit

  1. "Song: All of Me - Gerald Marks, Seymour Simons". Second Hand Songs. Retrieved 2011-09-02. Since these initial recordings, the song has become a widely covered jazz standard.

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