All of Me is a popular song and jazz standard written by Gerald Marks (in) and Seymour Simons (in) in 1931 .
First recorded by Ruth Etting (en) in December 1931, it is broadcast for the first time on the radio, performed by Belle Baker . She became one of the most recorded songs of her time, including performances by Paul Whiteman and Louis Armstrong in 1932 , Mildred Bailey , Teddy Wilson , Billie Holiday , Johnny Ray , Ella Fitzgerald , Dean Martin , Frank Sinatra , Django Reinhardt and Willie Nelson .
In the 1970s, on a Sanford and Son TV show , Redd Foxx (joined by Scatman Crothers on guitar) played a short but memorable version.
In 1983 Colette Magny takes this song, along with other blues standards, on the album Chansons pour Titine .
More recently, it was taken among others by Pia Zadora , Anne Murray , Coco Briaval (in a gypsy jazz arrangement) and Jason Danieley (in) . In addition, a punk rock version of the song was recorded by NOFX .
All of Me appears in most versions of the Real Book .