"All by Myself" is a popular song written by Irving Berlin for a 1921 musical revue.
It was performed by Bing Crosby and Joan Caulfield (dubbed by Betty Russell) in the 1946 film Blue Skies. Crosby also performed it alongside Al Jolson. This performance was broadcast live on Crosby's radio show on May 7 1947.
I'm so unhappy What'll I do? I long for somebody who Will sympathize with me I'm growing so tired of living alone I lie awake all night and cry Nobody loves me That's why
All by myself in the morning All by myself in the night
I sit alone in my cozy Morris chair So unhappy there Playing solitaire
All by myself I get lonely Watching the clock on the shelf
I'd love to rest my weary head on somebody's shoulder I hate to grow older All by myself