"I Am The World" is a song recorded by the Bee Gees, written and sung by Robin Gibb. It was released as the B-side of "Spicks and Specks". Later, it was included on the compilation Rare, Precious and Beautiful, Vol. 3 in 1969. It featured trumpet played by Geoff Grant. Its CD version was released in 1998 on the compilation Brilliant from Birth.
It was the last recorded on the last month of Spicks and Specks sessions which was started in June until July 1966, recorded the same time as the title track. After this song, they recorded a number of songs which was later included on Inception/Nostalgia (1970). Trumpeter Geoff Grant recalls "I Am the World" along with four songs "Spicks and Specks", "All by Myself" and "The Storm" that he was working three nights recording that songs. It was one of the first songs written by Robin alone.
Robin Gibb recorded his own version in 2008. It was released on his posthumous album 50 St. Catherine's Drive (2014). It was rewritten with Peter-John Vettese who produced the album. It was chosen as the album's first single released in 11 September 2014 and was added to BBC Radio 2 playlist.