All to Myself

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  • "All To Myself" is an island-inspired love song that finds Dan + Shay singing of their desire to have their lover all to themselves. Against a backdrop of bongos, finger snaps, and a casually plucked guitar, the pair reflect on their wish to be alone with their girl.

    I want you here in my arms
    We'll hide away in the dark
    Slip your hand in my back pocket
    Go and let your long hair fall
    I want you all, all, all to myself, to myself


    The song chronicles the sexy dance when it's just you and that special person in your life.
  • Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney co-wrote "All To Myself" alongside Nicolle Galyon and Jordan Reynolds. Smyers (but not Mooney) also wrote "Tequila" with Galyon and Reynolds.
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