(a nod to Shel Silverstein)
But, really, who else could you be?
You have to be you, as I have to be me.
If I tried to be you, I surely could not,
nor would I want to be.
For you are the very best you
as I am the very best me.
So you as you and me as me,
together let’s be we.*
(*Or, if you insist, “us,” my grammatically correct friends.)