I don't know how to answer, for you and I disagree on the rules of grammar. :)

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Touche'

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You and I is correct in a statement such and "You and I are going to watch a movie today." You and me is correct in a statement such as, "It always comes down to you and me, baby."<br />
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The simple rule of thumb is to remove the word "You" and see how it sounds. You wouldn't say "Me am going to a movie today" nor "It always comes down to I, baby."

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This gift is for you and me is correct. To test it you ask: This gift is for you. This gift if for me.<br />
This gift is for you and I is wrong. To test id you ask: This gift is for you, This gift is for I. Clearly the last sentence is wrong.

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Both are correct, depending on the context they are being used in

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Cause they ain't got no learnin...........

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