All by Myself
Fats Domino Lyrics


Hey, Little girl, don't you want to stay?
I want to be your lover man
All by myself
All by myself

I don't need no one to love you, I'm gonna love you all by myself

You'll find, little girl, you know it too
Don't you know I'm in love with you
All by myself
All by myself

I don't want no one to love you, I want to love you all by myself

Meet me in the parlor 'bout half past one
We'll go on down and have some fun
All by ourselves
All by ourselves
We don't need nobody with us, we gonna do it all by ourselves

Meet me in the parlor 'bout half past one
We'll go on down and have some fun
All by ourselves
All by ourselves
We don't need nobody with us, we gonna do it all by ourselves

Hey, Little girl, don't you want to stay?
I want to be your lover man
All by myself
All by myself

We don't need no one to love you, we gon' love you all by myself

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
Written by: ANTOINE DOMINO, DAVE BARTHOLOMEW

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

Piyush Singh

For those who needs lyrics:
Little girl don't you understand
I wanna be your lover man
All by myself
All by myself
I don't want no one to love you
I want to love you all by myself
You're fine little girl you know it too
Don't you know I'm in love with you
All by myself
All by myself
I don't want no one to love ya
I want to love you all by myself
Meet me in the pub about half past one
We're goin' out and have some fun
All by ourself
All by ourself
We don't need nobody with us
We gonna do it all by ourself
Meet me in the pub about a half past one
We're goin' out and have some fun
All by ourself
All by ourself
We don't need nobody with us
We gonna have it all by ourself
Little girl don't you understand
I wanna be your lover man
All by myself
All by myself
We don't need no one to love ya
We'll love you all by myself



All comments from YouTube:

Abbott Cooper

That was my all-time favorite Fats Domino recording. I would play it 10 times in a row and still not get tired of hearing it. Loved that bass line, and Fats' piano rhythm was spectacular.

Hatschepsut Glimmer

@Jack Strong by far the most ingenious song of fats domino, althoug not as well known sd msny othrtd.
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Jack Strong

Thanks Abbott.

Cookie Ceo

You will be missed. RIP you were one of the greatest musicians ever.

Ed Keefe

Been listening to Fats since 1955 and I think this is one of his best.

Willem Schell

I fully agree with you. I went to the recordshop every week in the 50th to see if a new record of Fats was released.

Jack Strong

Tx for the comment Ed , Jack

Vandyke Mindreader

I found this record at a thrift store when I was 10 years old. Ive never been the same since.

Bill Tate

We'd come down from Alabama to those music stalls at the Hang Out in Panama City, hear Fats sing a song we'd never heard, like, "Ain't that a Shame", (back home they were still playing Eddie Fisher) and it was totally another world. We'd watch those Italian boys from Birmingham with their ducktails and wish to Heaven we had hair like that. Pretty little girls from all over the South, and some of us would end up married to one . Fats brought the joys of youth!

sauquoit13456

Dave Bartholomew*, one of the architects of rock and roll, passed away at the age of 100 on June 23rd, 2019...
He partnered with Fats Domino on early rock classics including co-writing “Ain’t That a Shame.” The New Orleans trumpeter, band leader, producer, songwriter, and arranger was involved in many iconic songs including “Lawdy Miss Clawdy,” “Blueberry Hill,” “I’m Walking,” and “I Hear You Knocking”...
Bartholomew was band leader for one of New Orleans premier R&B bands when he became an A&R man for Imperial Records. At Imperial, he brought in Fats Domino, working with him on combining R&B with big band, jazz, and country to create early rock and roll. Bartholomew was elected to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1991...
As noted on the above record label, Mr. Bartolomew was a co-composer, along with Fats, of "All By Myself, and on October 13th, 1955 the record peaked at #1 {for 3 weeks} on Billboard's Most Played R&B Record by Jockeys chart...

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