Jazz Moments | “All Of Me” manuscript lyrics | George Harrison, 1960s

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George Harrison has written out the lyrics to the 1931 Jazz standard ‘All Of Me

George Harrison, Handwritten “All Of Me”, 1960s. Harrison is believed to have performed this song at the Cavern Club in Liverpool.

“All of Me” is a popular song and jazz standard written by Gerald Marks and Seymour Simons in 1931

Yes, all of me, why not take all of me baby
Yes, can’t you see? I’m no good without you
Take my arms, I’ll never use them
Take my lips, I want to lose them

Your goodbye left me with eyes that cry
How can I go on dear without you?
You took the part that once was my heart
Why not take all of me

All of me, now please take all of me
Can’t you see, I’m no good without you
Take my lips, I’d rather lose them
Take these arms, I’ll never never never ever use them

Your goodbye, left me with eyes that cry
How can I, go on dear without you
You took that part, what once was my heart
So why not take all of me

Baby please take all of me

Louis Armstrong – All of me, 1932
Billie Holiday – All Of Me, 1941

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