Call on me To you Just call on me and I'll send it along With love, from me to you. If there's anything that you want If there's anything I can do Just call on me and I'll send it along With love, from me to you To you, to you, to you.
The single was the Beatles' first number one in some of the United Kingdom charts, second in others, but failed to make an impact in the United States at the time of its initial release. However, a cover version released by Del Shannon resulted in the song becoming the first Lennon—McCartney tune to enter the American pop chart. George did not sing in this. First number one?? No, that honor goes to Please Please Me.
Also, From Me To You is a good example of how much better the mono mixes are. Sounds FAB in mono, awful in stereo, yuk. At the time in the UK there was three different charts. This song was on side one, track 7. Also, the two songs are on the same Please, Please Me was the A side, From Me To You - The Beatles - From Me To You / Thank You Girl (Vinyl).
Was it an issue with rights to the song? Yes indeed—good observation! Hard to believe that Thank You Girl was ever being considered for the A side of a single.
That is surely one of the weakest Beatle songs out there. Thankfully they came up with From Me to You instead…. Was said to be number one in England, but I was not impressed. Hah- From Me To You - The Beatles - From Me To You / Thank You Girl (Vinyl) did I know…. Hah, indeed, Walt! Little did you know? Me too. And then the Beatles version came blasting out of my little Astor Mickey valve radio this was Perth, Western Australia, lateI think and I was totally knocked out by their sound.
The Beatles From Me To You - The Beatles - From Me To You / Thank You Girl (Vinyl) number one hit in March The A-bit is composed by Lennon and the middle part is From Me To You - The Beatles - From Me To You / Thank You Girl (Vinyl) McCartney.
I think the initial interval resembles the beginning of Tomorrow Never Knows. McCartney always only praises the middle part, so you can be sure, he did the middle part. Love this song. Great opening. Lennon and McCartney collaboration in terms of writing and vocally.
As I said earlier it is the punch in the opening vocals and they drive furiously until the end. What a sound! I really enjoy this site! I was 8 years in when I heard this song played on the radio in the Detroit area. It sounded so unique, so different from any of the other hit makes of the day like Ricky Nelson, Bobby Rydell, etc. I loved and hated the song at the same time. Part of the melody major to minor chord transition was beautiful while other parts usually the 7th chords sounded dissonant to my ear.
But the song grew on me. Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. For other uses, see Thank You Girl disambiguation. B-Sides the Beatles at From Me To You - The Beatles - From Me To You / Thank You Girl (Vinyl). Retrieved 27 December The Beatles singles discography. I Love You ".
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