"Apple Of My Eye" as written by and Peter William Ham....
Oh, I'm sorry, but it's time to move away
Though inside my heart, I really want to stay
Believe the love we have is so sincere
You know, the gift you have will always be

[Chorus]
You're the apple of my eye
You're the apple of my heart
But now, the time has come to part

Oh, I'm sorry, but it's time to make a stand
Though we never meant to bite the lovin' hand
And now, the time has come to walk alone
We were the children, now we've overgrown

[Chorus]

Oh, I'm sorry, but it's time to move away
Though inside my heart, I really want to stay
Believe the love we have is so sincere
You know, the gift you have will always be

[Chorus]

Now, the time has come to part
Now, the time has come to part.


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"Apple of My Eye" as written by Peter William Ham

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    General CommentThis song is about Badfinger giving thanks and bidding farewell to the Beatles Apple Records label to go to Warner Brothers' label. Apple Records were the ones that discovered the band and gave these kids from Wales the chance of a lifetime when they were called The Iveys in the late 1960s, and were one of the very few that believed they could be successful. They gave thanks to them and felt that now it was time to move on to more sunny skies at Warner Brothers.

    Unfortunately, it didn't quite work out that way for Badfinger.
    richieon March 25, 2006   Link
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    General CommentDefinetely a farewell to the Beatles. Apple Records was a mess with the Fab 4 being in court. They left Apple because they had to. They'd have been worse off remaining there.

    An emotional tune. The handwriting was on the wall for the band after this.
    lennonmccartneyon December 01, 2007   Link

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