Me & You & the World is the third album of artist Honda Kiku. It was released on March 12th, 2010, under Honda's new label of Meraviglie Productions. The album featured two singles, "Thriller" and "Round Here". He continued to please his fans and it was his most popular album. His sound had taken a softer approach, with soft rock and alternative alongside acoustic. He was described as some as similar to the All American Rejects, or the Goo Goo Dolls. Among other things, the album featured a return of a single from his first album, "Itsumo", translated in this version lyrically, and the title changed to "Forever". In this album he once again returned to the past, with a cover of Lionel Richie's "Three Times A Lady" with his own upbeat take on the song, and a cover of the Cure's "Friday I'm In Love". All in all, the album debuted in the top 5 and fan response was huge. Honda stated that the album was better because he'd had more time to focus and a better work environment at Meraviglie, and he was grateful for his decision to work there. Honda states that out of his albums, Me & You & the World is his favorite.