Tutta pe mme is a very ironical and sometimes malicious serenade and we wish to present it to you today. «Io mo nun canto pe tte, / canto pe' n'ata. / No, nun te voglio vedé comm'a na vota. Tu nun si' niente pe mmé, / niente pe mmé. / Nun saccio cchiù / che nomme tiene tu, / Marì» (I'm not singing for you now / I'm singing for somebody else. / No, I don't want to see you as I used to. You don't mean anything to me any longer, / you don't mean anything to me. / I no longer know / your name, / Maria), the song in fact recites. But it ends with what may be considered as unconditional surrender to the woman who has stolen the heart of the leading character: «Ti voglio tutta per me. / Tutta per me. / Ti voglio bene, sì, / solo a te, Maria» (I want you all to myself. / All to myself. / I love you, yes I do, / I love only you, Maria). Tutta pe mme, whose music was composed by Gaetano Lama and was published by the La Canzonetta company in 1930, is certainly one of the most famous songs of those written by the poet Francesco Fiore. The song made its debut on stage at the Bellini Theatre in Naples and it was performed by the tenor Vittorio Parisi. The version we are proposing to you today is instead performed by Ferdinando Rubino.