From The Washington Herald, June 22, 1913. I am the best pal I ever had I like to be with me. I like to sit and tell myself Things confidentially. I often sit and ask me If I shouldn’t or I should, And I find that my advice to me Is always pretty good. I never got acquainted with Myself till here of late, And I find myself a bully chum I treat me simply great. I talk with me and walk with me And show me right and wrong. I never knew how well myself And me could get along. I never try to cheat me I’m as truthful as can be. No matter what may come and go I’m on the square with me. It’s great to know yourself and have A pal that’s all your own, To be such company for yourself You’re never left alone. You’ll try to dodge the masses And you’ll find a crowd’s a joke, If you only treat yourself as well As you treat other folk. I’ve made a study of myself Compared me with a lot, And I’ve finally concluded I’m the best friend I’ve got. Just get together with yourself And trust yourself with you. You’ll be surprised how well yourself Will like you if you do.