"I Ain't Got Nobody" is a popular song copyrighted in 1915. Roger Graham (1885–1938) wrote the lyrics, Spencer Williams composed it, and Roger Graham Music Publishing published it. It became a perennial standard, recorded many times over following generations, in styles ranging from pop to jazz to country music. "I Ain't Got Nobody" is best known in a form first recorded by Louis Prima in 1956, where it was paired in a medley with another old standard, "Just a Gigolo".
Arrangement for Violin and Piano
A major (Sounding Pitch)
Number of Pages
Intermediate Level: Recommended for Intermediate Level players