All Of Me

All Of Me (not the John Legend pop hit) is a traditional jazz standard, made famous by jazz singer Billie Holiday in 1941. It has since been sung by many other famous jazz singers not to name Frank Sinatra who made it popular and brought it to non-jazz audiences.

Listen to the full length version of All Of Me played on my tenor saxophone against the backing track.

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Lyrics 

All of me  
Why not take all of me  
Can't you see  
I'm no good without you  
Take my lips  
I wanna lose them  
Take my arms  
I'll never use them  
Your goodbye left me with eyes that cry  
How can I get along without you  
You took the part that ones was my heart  
So why not, why not take all of me 

All of me 
Come on get all of me 
Can't you see 
I'm just a mess without you 
Take my lips 
I wanna lose them 
Get a piece of these arms 
I'll never use them 
Your goodbye left me with eyes that cry 
How can I ever make it without you 
You know you got the part 
Used to be my heart 
So why not, why not take all of me