"Me, Myself and I (Are All in Love with You)" as written by Denny Ira Kleiman, Christopher Marsh Lindsey and David Anthony Katz....
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


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"Me Myself and I" as written by Alvin S Kaufman Allan Roberts

Lyrics © FLAT TOWN MUSIC CO., A DIV. OF SWALLOW PUBLICATIONS, INC.

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