"You" as written by Mark Anthony Owen, Gary Barlow, Howard Paul Donald and Jason Thomas Orange....
You
George Harrison

(one, two,
One, two, three, four)

I, I love, love
And I, and I love you
Oh you, you, yeah you

And you, you, love, love
And you, yes you, you love me
Yeah you, you, yeah you

And when I'm holding you
What a feeling
Seems so good to be true
That I'm telling you all
That I must be dreaming

And I, and I, I love you
Oh you, oh you, yeah you

And when I'm holding you
What a feeling
Seems so good to be true
That I'm telling you all
That I must be dreaming

Now I, oh I, I love, love
And I, yeah I, I love you, I love you
Oh you, you, oh you

Oh, you know that I love you, oh oh oh
Oh, you know that I love you, I love you, I, I said I love you


Lyrics submitted by J.Diddy

"You" as written by Piers John Towler Hewitt Adam Harrison

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, Spirit Music Group, Peermusic Publishing

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    General CommentSounds like a Bruce Springsteen composition almost, with those guitar licks, piano bursts, and complimentary saxophones. Still a great song nonetheless. Did he perform this song with the E-Street Band?
    OpinionHeadon December 05, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI just love the vocals on this song--George always had a way with his voice. Even though it was said that he didn't have the best singing voice in the Beatles, I believe that his voice was always very unique and brilliant. It is really hard to explain it though...Anyways, love the album "Extra Texture (Read All About It)!
    HeartGeorgeHarrisonon January 02, 2010   Link

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