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pron. only me, me alone, me without companionship.

Me, Myself and I (Beyoncé song)

"Me, Myself and I" is a song recorded by American singer Beyoncé. It was written by Beyoncé, Scott Storch and Robert Waller for her debut solo album Dangerously in Love (2003). The recording was produced by Storch with guitars performed by musician Aaron Fishbein. Beyoncé decided that she wanted a deeper and more personal song for the third single; the song was sent by Columbia Records to US radio on October 19, 2003. "Me, Myself and I" is an R&B song about dealing with a philandering boyfriend and learning from the consequences.

"Me, Myself and I" was generally well received by music critics, who complimented the smooth and assertive vocals of Beyoncé and called it a 1980s throwback from Dangerously in Love. The Grammy Award-nominated song earned Beyoncé, Storch and Waller an American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers Pop Music Award. "Me, Myself and I" peaked at number four on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, and became Beyoncé's fourth consecutive US top five single. It was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). The single reached the top 20 in Australia, the UK and in some European countries.

Directed by Johan Renck, the accompanying music video follows the plot of the song's theme and the events in the video are played in reverse. "Me, Myself and I" was part of Beyoncé's set list on the Verizon Ladies First Tour, the Dangerously in Love Tour, The Beyoncé Experience , the I Am... Tour and the Formation World Tour.

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Me, Myself and I (Chalk Circle song)

"Me, Myself and I" is the third single from Canadian band Chalk Circle's debut EP, The Great Lake.

The single was only available in 7" vinyl single but the B-side is an as yet unreleased in CD remix of the track.

Me, Myself and I (film)

Me, Myself & I is a 1992 dark romantic comedy starring JoBeth Williams and George Segal. The film is the directorial debut of editor and producer Pablo Ferro. Bill Macy, Shelley Hack and Ruth Gilbert also appear in this independent film.