|Written by||Seymour Simons and Gerald Marks|
|Publisher||Gerald Marks Music; Marlong Music Corp.|
"All of Me" is a standard that was originally introduced in 1931 by Belle Baker. It was recorded four times (with four different arrangements) by Frank Sinatra, and has been covered by countless other artists.
The Whatnot Monster performs "All of Me" as the opening number in episode 108 of The Muppet Show. As he sings to his lover (re-purposed from the Miss Kitty puppet), the monster removes each of his body parts (including the heart which can be seen on the outside of his chest) and places them all into a small box.
- This song was cut from The Muppet Show: Season One DVD. However, the scene appears fully intact on the German release of the episode, including the optional English sound track.
- According to a Muppet Show Fan Club newsletter, this scene (which was done in one shot) took twenty-two takes.