"Can't Help Thinking About Me" is a song written by David Bowie in 1965 and released as a single under the name David Bowie with The Lower Third. This was the first single released after he changed his name from David Jones to David Bowie. It was also the first David Bowie record to be released in the US.
The song was re-released by Pye in the UK as part of a 4-track E.P in September 1972. The reissue was an effort by Pye to cash in on Bowie's newfound popularity, and came in a picture sleeve with the legend "For the collector, early David Bowie". It did not make the charts.
Pye also released the single with a picture sleeve in Spain in September 1972, but this version had "I Dig Everything" as the B-side.