"The Best Lennon-McCartney song that they never wrote"

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by ElevateMeLater, Mar 1, 2018.

  1. Monasmee

    Monasmee Forum Resident

    Albuquerque NM
  2. PaperbackBroadstreet

    PaperbackBroadstreet Forum Resident

    Great album.
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  3. Monasmee

    Monasmee Forum Resident

    Albuquerque NM
  4. Nick Dunning

    Nick Dunning Forum Resident

    That song is nearer to Roy Wood than The Beatles ('Blackberry Way').
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  5. Price.pittsburgh

    Price.pittsburgh Forum Resident

    I was just naming Harrison or Starkey written songs for fun because they were Beatles.
    However, I could see Paul writing Octopuses Garden and Don't Pass Me By and John coming up with Don't Bother Me.
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  6. Pouchkine

    Pouchkine Forum Resident

    Roxette Joyride!
  7. LandHorses

    LandHorses Forum Resident

    New Joisey
    The Flamin' Groovies.....................

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  8. andy749

    andy749 Forum Resident

    Rolling Stones - "Dandelion"
  9. JoeF.

    JoeF. Forum Resident

    New Jersey, USA
    I guess I was just giving props to George and Ringo.
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  10. Price.pittsburgh

    Price.pittsburgh Forum Resident

    You Really Got A Hold On Me
    Baby It's You
    Rock And Roll Music
    Twist And Shout
    Please Mister Postman
    Mr. Moonlight
    Kansas City/Hey Hey Hey Hey
    Devil In Her Heart
    A Taste Of Honey
    Til There Was You
    Long Tall Sally
    Roll Over Beethoven
    Slow Down
    Bad Boy
    Words Of Love
    Honey Don't
    Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby
    Act Naturally
    Dizzy Miss Lizzy
  11. Malinky

    Malinky Forum Resident

    What makes you think that they did not?........
    Cut and paste Wiki:

    With record producer George Martin, the song "Do You Want to Know a Secret?" was a number two UK Singles Chart hit in 1963,[2] (but number one in some charts), and was backed by another tune otherwise unreleased by the Beatles, "I'll Be on My Way". After this impressive breakthrough another Lennon–McCartney pairing, "Bad to Me" c/w "I Call Your Name", reached number one.[2] It sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc.[3] "I'll Keep You Satisfied" ended the year with a respectable number four placing.[2]

    Kramer was given a series of songs specially written for him by John Lennon and Paul McCartney which launched him into stardom. "I'll Keep You Satisfied", "From a Window", "I Call Your Name" and "Bad to Me" earned him appearances on the television programmes, Shindig!, Hullabaloo and The Ed Sullivan Show. (Kramer had also been offered Lennon–McCartney's "I'm in Love", and recorded a version in October 1963. In the end, it was shelved and the song was instead given to the Fourmost. In the 1990s, a Kramer CD compilation album included Kramer's version, as well as some recording studio banter on which John Lennon's voice could be heard).

    Here is John Lennon.....with `The Dakotas`!

  12. idleracer

    idleracer Forum Resident

    :wtf: Um, I don't get it. What Lennon & McCartney tune even remotely resembles this?
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  13. Blue Cactus

    Blue Cactus Forum Resident

  14. tages

    tages Forum Resident

    I love each and every one of those songs - but I don't see any mention of the one I posted ("I Know") which to me sounds very much like something John & Paul could write at the time.

    LOVE that video you posted! :righton:
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  15. You could keep that list going very deep with Travis.

    Paul McCartney is a big fan of Fran Healy.
  16. trumpet sounds

    trumpet sounds Forum Resident

    Chicago, IL, US
  17. moople72

    moople72 Forum Resident

    Echos Myron by Guided By Voices

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  18. Gene Vincent - Be-Bop-a-Lula

    Every time I hear the opening "Well..." I think of John's early Beatles singing voice.
  19. gillcup

    gillcup Senior Member

    Raleigh, NC, USA
    Without You - Badfinger
  20. Funky54

    Funky54 Coat Hangers do not sound good

    A lot of Sam Roberts stuff has that vibe.
  21. adm62

    adm62 Forum Resident

    Toronto, Canada
    Nothing like a Beatles song.
  22. adm62

    adm62 Forum Resident

    Toronto, Canada
    Again, nothing like a Beatles song and predates them by a number of years.
  23. adm62

    adm62 Forum Resident

    Toronto, Canada
    Nothing to do with Lennon/McCartney songs, they just recorded them.
  24. Price.pittsburgh

    Price.pittsburgh Forum Resident

    It was a joke.
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  25. Funky54

    Funky54 Coat Hangers do not sound good

    Come and get it was written by Paul.
    Day after Day was produced by George Harrison
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