As I write this letter, send my love to you,
Remember that I�ll always be in love with you.
Treasure these few words till we�re together
Keep all my love forever.
PS I love you, you, you, you.
I�ll be coming home again to you love,
Until the day I do love.
PS I love you, you, you, you.
AsI write this letter, send my love to you,
Remember that I�ll always be in love with you.
Treasure these few words till we�re together
Keep all my love forever.
PS I love you, you, you, you.
As I write this letter, send my love to you,
(you know I want to)
Remember that I�ll always be in love with you.
I�ll be coming home again to you love,
Until the day I do love.
PS I love you, you, you, you.
I love you.


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    General CommentIn Britain, this song became the B side of "Love Me Do". In America, this song became a single in its own right, reaching the top 10 two years later.

    Paul's girlfriend at the time was Dot Rhone, who worked for a chemist and lived at home with her parents. She was a shy but sweet girl whom Paul had been dating for a while and who had become a regular guest at his family home.

    After Dot returned to Liverpool, Paul wrote this song which she assumed was for her, althoguh years later, Paul denied he had anyone specific in mind. View the epistilic similarities between this, When I'm 64, and Paperback Writer.
    Bobo192on September 27, 2002   Link
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    General CommentWell, I just think it's worth noting that Johnny Mercer wrote a song of the same title, sung by Billie Holiday. I really don't know if there is any kind of connection, but as a person to look at a bunch of different generations' music, its interesting to see songs that outlive their creators by so much, i'm sure a bunch of you know how Ray Charles and Johnny Cash both did a number of Beatles covers too along with teh rest of the music loving world I suppose
    SilentBob7on December 23, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThe first time I heard this song was on Beatle Brunch on Sunday morning- I was making breakfast for me and my boyfriend when it came on. I simply fell in love. Great song.
    tahwyason December 27, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis just is an amazing song for the fact you can hear John in the background slightly and Paul sounds amazing as lead. top 3 Beatles song in terms of sound. I Love it
    BillyShears115on June 14, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis just is an amazing song for the fact you can hear John in the background slightly and Paul sounds amazing as lead. top 3 Beatles song in terms of sound. I Love it
    BillyShears115on June 14, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis song is so sexy to me.
    listen to the way paul sings 's' during the p.s. part...ahh, i love it!
    ledhead22on August 10, 2009   Link
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    General CommentIn the dressing room of Marlena Dietrich
    City lights
    Flicker life
    Like sleeping beauty pills

    With elegant candor and fakery for lunch
    There’s coffee and Creole kisses
    Then—another take of Mask America, Splatter Matter
    And Wail of the Scronch
    Ringo snaps his hi-hat
    Like a toddler
    Flattening a mud pie
    So the Beatles huddle around the cottage teapot
    The Beatles perform mind only music

    Phrases
    Bent like funhouse mirrors
    Precipitating universal shivers
    The Beatles sing their world song
    They recorded “Love Is a Reality”
    It made number one for an eternity
    Meanwhile Marlena was on local TV
    Singing—just as I am
    Without one flea
    A talent scout saw her
    And the rest is history
    She joined the boys in ‘83

    In China, she opens for elephant Gerald
    On a stage of jade
    In glory fright
    With lips to drink
    And instruments for singing
    We Chinese go E-I-E-I-O
    The concert begins

    Larry Fagin—Beatle Susan [paraphrased]
    sillybunnyon September 14, 2006   Link

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