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So it was co-written It may not have been that successful for her because it's rather a downbeat song And in the end Kenny Lynch did it. Kenny used to come out on tour with us, and he used to sing it. That was one of his minor hits. We were getting tired though, and just couldn't seem to get it right. In the following weeks we went over it again and again. We changed the tempo a little, we altered the words slightly, and we went over the idea of featuring the harmonica just as we'd done on 'Love Me Do.
It was my attempt at writing a Roy Orbison song, would you believe it? I wrote it in the bedroom in my house at Menlove Avenue, which was my auntie's place. That's where that came from. I was always intrigued by the double use of the word 'please.
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George Martin up-tempo'd it. He thought it was too much of a dirge, and probably too like Orbison.
So he cleverly speeded us up And everybody thought it was a 'fiddle' because our manager's stores send in these And everybody down south thought, 'Aha! He's just fiddling the charts. I think I had something to do with the middle. That first piece of plastic. You can't believe how great that was. It was so wonderful. We were on a record! He had the song around in Hamburg even, way, way before we were songwriters. At the Cavern we clicked..
It gave us somewhere to go. First serious audition. I was very nervous, I remember. John was supposed to sing the lead, but they changed their minds and asked me to sing lead at the last minute, because they wanted John to play harmonica. Until then, we hadn't rehearsed with a harmonica; George Martin started arranging it on the spot.
It was very nerve-wracking. It came out whiter because it always does.
We're white, and we were just young Liverpool musicians. We didn't have the finesse to be able to actually sound black. But 'Love Me Do' was probably the first bluesy thing we tried to do. It would be rather nice. Couldn't think of some sort of bluesy thing, could you John? I actually had one too but he'd been clever-- he learned to play it. John expected to be in jail one day and he'd be the guy who played the harmonica. The lyric crossed over the harmonica solo, so I suddenly got thrown the big open line, 'Love me do,' where everything stopped.
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Until that session John had always done it. I didn't even know how to sing it I can still hear the nervousness in my voice. He was trying to write a 'Soldier Boy' like the Shirelles. He wrote that in Germany, or when we were going to and from Hamburg. From Me To You buy track 5. Portrayal buy track 6. Imagination of Being buy track credits released January 4, license all rights reserved tags Tags punk hardcore Boston about Triple B Records Boston, Massachusetts. Too hardcore for smartphone punks. Too punk for clap mosh losers.
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