All of Me #Musical Monday

My Corner

The song I’m featuring today is from Willie Nelson’s album, Stardust. I learned it during the summer my family built a music room onto our house while I was in high school. You can read about that here.

According to Wikipedia, “All of Me,” written by Gerald Marks and Seymour Simons, was published in 1931 by Irving Berlin, Inc. Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra recorded the song on December 1st of that year with vocalist Mildred Bailey, and it reached the top of the U.S. pop charts. Within weeks, two more versions became popular: one by Louis Armstrong and one by Ben Selvin and His Orchestra.

The song was used in the 1932 film, Careless Lady and sung by Frank Sinatra in the 1948 movie, Meet Danny Wilson. It was also popularized by such artists as Count Basie and Billie Holiday. I hope you enjoy…

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About Patty L. Fletcher

Patty L. Fletcher lives in Kingsport Tennessee where she works full time as a Writer with the goal of bridging the great chasm which separates the disAbled from the non-disAbled. And as a Social Media Promotional Assistant. She is the owner and creator of Tell-It-To-The-World Marketing (Author, Blogger Business Assist), and is the published author of two books, Campbell’s Rambles: How a Seeing Eye Dog Retrieved My Life and Bubba Tails From the Puppy Nursery At The Seeing Eye: Volume One. She can also be found in two anthologies which are, December Awethology Light And A Treasure Chest of Children’s Tales. See her latest book, Pathway to Freedom Broken and Healed: How a Seeing Eye Dog Retrieved My Life Second Edition in eBook and Paperback at: Find it in various accessible formats: See her Facebook business page: Patty loves receiving feedback about her work. So, drop her a line any time at:
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2 Responses to All of Me #Musical Monday

  1. Thank you, Patty, for reblogging. Have a great day!


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