Eight Days A Week was written as a potential title song for The Beatles' second film. I think we wrote this when we were trying to write the title song for Help! because there was at one time the thought of calling the film Eight Arms To Hold You. John Lennon Hit Parader, April 1972. John Lennon later voiced his dissatisfaction with Eight Days A Week, framing it negatively along with the film. Help! as a film was like Eight Days A Week as a record for us. A lot of people.
Eight days a week I love you Eight days a week Is not enough to show I care. Love you every day, girl Always on my mind One thing I can say, girl Love you all the time. Hold me, love me, hold me, love me Ain't got nothing but love, babe Eight days a week Eight days a week Eight days a week. Thanks to Kathryn O'Reilly for correcting these lyrics. Writer(s): LENNON JOHN WINSTON, MCCARTNEY PAUL JAMES. album: "Beatles For Sale" (1964). No Reply I'm A Loser Baby's In Black Rock And Roll Music I'll Follow The Sun Mr. Moonlight Medley: Kansas City, Hey, Hey, Hey, Hey Eight Days A Week Words Of Love Honey Don't Every Little Thing I Don't Want To Spoil The Party What You're Doing Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby.
Eight days a week is not enough to show I care. Love you ev'ry day, girl, always on my mind. One thing I can say, girl, love you all the time. Hold me, love me, Hold me, love me. I ain't got nothin' but love, babe, Eight days a week. Eight days a week Eight days a week. Song by the Beatles from the album Beatles for Sale. Side one. "No Reply". Eight Days a Week" is a song written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, based on Paul's original idea, recorded by the Beatles and released on their December 1964 album Beatles for Sale. Eight Days A Week (BFS). Eight Days A Week (The Beatles 1962-1966). Eight Days A Week (False Starts) (Anthology 1). Eight Days A Week (Anthology 1).
Eight Days a Week" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles. It was written by Paul McCartney and John Lennon based on McCartney's original idea. The song was released in the United Kingdom in December 1964 on the album Beatles for Sale.
Produced by George Martin. Album Beatles for Sale. Eight Days a Week Lyrics. Eight days a week I love you Eight days a week Is not enough to show I care. Ooh I need your love, babe Guess you know it's true Hope you need my love, babe Just like I need you. Hold me, love me Hold me, love me I ain't got nothing but love, babe Eight days a week. It came out in advance of the 1965 album, Beatles VI, alongside I Don’t Want To Spoil The Party. It became The Beatles' seventh Billboard hit. According to a story Paul told to Howard Stern, the title was inspired by a conversation he had with a chauffeur. Paul asked him if he had been busy lately. Beatles for Sale The Beatles.
The Beatles: Eight Days a Week. The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years is a 2016 documentary film directed by Ron Howard about The Beatles' career during their touring years from 1962 to 1966, from their performances at the Cavern Club in Liverpool to their final concert in San Francisco in 1966.
John Lennon - Paul McCartney). To say that John Lennon and Paul McCartney were naturals at writing classic pop hits is probably the understatement of all time. But this was not to be. When The Beatles recorded "I Feel Fine" on October 18th, 1964, they felt this was an even better fit. "Eight Days A Week" was then relegated to become an album track on their fourth British LP "Beatles For Sale.
Eight Days a Week is a song by The Beatles written by Paul McCartney and John Lennon based on McCartney’s original idea, The song was issued in the . in December 1964 on the album Beatles for Sale. issued in February 1965 as a single with the B-side I Don’t Want to Spoil the Party, it went to No. 1 for two weeks on 13-20 March 1965. The song was also issued in June 1965 on the . album Beatles VI and reissued worldwide in 2000 on the Beatles number one compilation album 1. WLS ranked the song at for all of 1965. The song, along with two others from the album ( Baby’s in Black and No Reply ), was planned as a single release. In the end, it was released as a single only in the United States on 15 February 1965, becoming a number-one hit (their seventh). Its B-side was I Don’t Want to Spoil the Party.
Album: Beatles For Sale (1964). Charted: 1. Get the Sheet Music License This Song .
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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
- Written-By – Lennon/McCartney*
Notes℗ 1964, 1965 EMI Rec. Ltd.
Standard 1976 German "Beatles Come Back!" series sleeve
"Small Odeon" Label - 4 white horizontal lines ending far away from rim
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- Rights Society: GEMA
- Matrix / Runout (Label A): 1C 006-06 111 A
- Matrix / Runout (Label B): 1C 006-06 111 B
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