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17 Jun 2016

It's virtually incredible that it required until 2014 for someone who come up with a book-collecting the number of authentic handwritten lyrics of Beatles songs as Hunter Davies has been doing with "The Beatles Lyrics: The Stories Behind the Audio, Such As The Handwritten Breezes In Excess Of 100 Traditional Beatles Tracks" (Minor Brown & Co.) which arrived in the United States throughout the christmas. The guide features over 100 tracks, including "Don't Bother Me," "Little Child," "Hold Me Limited," "You've Got to Cover Your Love Away," "Nowhere Man," "In My Entire Life," "Taxman" and "Goodday Sun." Like hearing outtakes, it truly is interesting see how the melodies created as you go along. "I Want To Carry Your Hand" was termed " I " in Paul McCartney's handwriting. The section of John Lennon's early words to " Fields Forever" created on flight standing had no mention Strawberry Fields at all. And George Harrison version of "Anything" in the book comes with an extra passage that has been left the version that is completed off. Furthermore within the book are an amount of traditional reports, posters and media videos. Included in these are the 1967 Daily Email narrative that is considered to have motivated "She's Making Property." The only critique, if you like to contact it that, is that it doesn't contain each and every Beatles tune, which would certainly be an impossible task. In the book, Davies, who also published the approved resource of the Beatles back in the'60s, does request that he is contacted by a person with handwritten words that aren't inside the book. It will be at what is already inside the guide to find out what is unearthed in the future, just as amazing.