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The Beatles - Oh! Darling 1969

"Oh! Darling" is a song of The Beatles composed by Paul McCartney (credited to Lennon/McCartney) and appearing as the fourth song on the Abbey Road album in 1969. Its working title was "Oh! Darling (I'll Never Do You No Harm)".

McCartney later said of recording the track, "When we were recording 'Oh! Darling' I came into the studios early every day for a week to sing it by myself because at first my voice was too clear. I wanted it to sound as though I'd been performing it on stage all week." He would only try the song once each day; if it was not right he would wait until the next day. In order to make sure he got every precious first take right, McCartney would practice the song in the bathtub. He once lamented that "five years ago I could have done this in one take.

After an early attempt at this song on 27 January 1969 during the Let It Be sessions, Lennon announced, "Just heard that Yoko's divorce has just gone through", after which he and the band burst into an improvised version of the song, substituting "I'm free at last" for a part of the lyric.

The song and the following improvisation are included on the Anthology 3 CD.

"Oh! Darling" appears to have drawn heavily on the New Orleans rhythm and blues sound popularised during the 1950s and early 1960s by African-American musicians like Fats Domino; it also seems to have drawn on the Louisiana swamp blues sound found in songs like Slim Harpo's "Raining In My Heart." Furthermore, it may have drawn on the related Louisiana genre known today as swamp pop, whose distinctive sound bears an uncanny resemblance to the basic structure of "Oh! Darling" — so much so that some in Louisiana originally thought the song had been recorded by a local musician.

* Paul McCartney -- vocal, backing vocals, bass, guitar

* John Lennon -- backing vocals, piano

* George Harrison -- backing vocals, guitar, synthesiser

* Ringo Starr -- drums

In other news, I have added the lyrics to this song so you can sing along, or perhaps learn the song! This is how I learned my first Beatles song! Enjoy :)

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2 years назад

ELHALOPSP

Can you fell it? Its your hearts cry

2 years назад

shaon317

That double negative is throwing me off lol

2 years назад

Bert Simpkins

Electricity, the wheel, Penicillin, The Beatles.

2 years назад

Despina Luigini

dedicato ad una persona speciale ....

2 years назад

Brya martin Camacho

what dafac

2 years назад

Joepepe lombardo

My fav Beatles song

2 years назад

Francesca Puzzovio

Buon lunedì carissimi amici..... 

2 years назад

Justine mae

Oh! Darling.

2 years назад

kavi poag

THE BEATLES. OH DARLING. ...ONE OF MY FAVORITES. FOR SURE... FOR THE EMOTIONAL. ..FEELING. .. THE VOICE. IS NOT...COMPARED. .. PAUL FOR REAL. STILL NUMBER. ONE... IN THIS SONG. THAT'S IS NOT SINGING. NOT MORE. IN CONCERTS.....REALLY LOVE IT

2 years назад

John Smith

02:17 though

2 years назад

Hmar Chawnchhim Vanlalruata

the beatles are the best

2 years назад

Vicente Zúñiga

Ideal para empezar a soltar la lengua

2 years назад

SbBc Pets

my mom hates me listening to the beatles. Whenever I try to listen she always turns on the vacuum or plays other music. ughhhhhhhhhhh God bless the person who invented earphones

2 years назад

Alex Creed

Today in science my teacher called me up in front of the classroom and presented to me a massive stack of Beatles magazines from the 60s from when she was my age. I'm so grateful that I wasn't in trouble, and went home with free Beatles magazines!

2 years назад

janice lyons

Loving this classic...... Listen to them, they are so into this !! yeah baby!!

2 years назад

Jun Pun

Oh! Darling.

2 years назад

foxx kitsune

music will never be as good as this any more

2 years назад

Gil Dela Cruz

Wow...nice song

2 years назад

Angel Hernandez

Paul McCartney died in 1966 in a car crash and was replaced with a look a like Paul.

2 years назад

Chloe267036

Beatles are so classic it's hard to believe anyone listens to that modern shit nowadays

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