Once upon a time, when I was significantly younger than I am at present, I fell in love with a little Steve Martin/Lily Tomlin movie called All of Me. I enjoyed the way they worked together, and I absolutely adored the music. The song from which the film gets its name has always stuck with me — I love singing it, and I love listening to different versions of it. It’s simple and sweet and it can swing right along, and I just can’t get enough of it.
I never did (until just now) figure out a way to play it and sing it at the same time, though. For some reason, I always found it a bit confounding. I just couldn’t find a rhythm or a key I liked. I had given up on it until just recently, when something clicked in the ol’ noggin and I found some new right hand skillz to help me along. The result goes like this: