You and me We come from different worlds You like to laugh at me When I look at other girls Sometimes you're crazy And you wonder why I'm such a baby 'Cause the Dolphins make me cry Well, there's nothing I can do I've been looking for a girl like you You look at me, you got nothing left to say I'm gonna pout at you until I get my way I won't dance, you won't sing I just wanna love you, but you wanna wear my ring Well, there's nothing I can do I only wanna be with you You can call me your fool I only wanna be with you Put on a little Dylan Sitting on a fence I say, "That line is great.
For a love like yours.
And ye shall seek me, and find me, when ye shall search for me with all year heart.
You are really the one I have sinned against; I have disobeyed you and have done wrong.
Both I and me are pronouns that we use to refer to ourselves, but I is nominative, suitable for use as the subject of a sentence or clause, and me is accusative, suitable for use as the object of a verb.
" As for you, Solomon my son, know the God of your father and serve Him wholeheartedly and with a willing mind, for the LORD searches every heart and understands the intent of every thought.