The Beatles Song Of The Day: “Devil In Her Heart”

The Beatles Song of the Day is “Devil In Her Heart.” “Devil In Her Heart” is on The Beatles second album “With The Beatles.” It is one of six cover songs that The Beatles did on this album. The song was originally done by an American girl group the Donays. The lyrics were changed a little for George to sing. The song was written by Richard Drapkin. John Lennon: backing vocal and rhythm guitar/ Paul McCartney: backing vocal and bass guitar/ George Harrison: double-tracked vocal and lead guitar/ Ringo Starr: drums, maracas. The song was recorded at Abbey Road on July 18th,1963. Producer: George Martin. The Beatles version of the song is faster than The Donays original. Nothing remarkable about this song. An album filler.

Rating “Devil In Her Heart” 1 to 5 stars. **

  • “Devil In Her Heart” was never released as a single.
  • “Devil In Her Heart” being a cover did not make Rolling Stone’s The Beatles 100 Greatest Songs” or Spignesi and Lewis’ “100 Best Beatles Songs” list.
  • Length of song: 2:27.

“Devil In Her Heart” {Richard Drapkin}

She’s got the devil in her heart
But her eyes they tantalize
She’s gonna tear your heart apart
Oh her lips they really thrill me
I’ll take my chances
For romance is
So important to me
She’ll never hurt me
She won’t desert me
She’s an angel sent to me
She’s got the devil in her heart
No, no, this I can’t believe
She’s gonna tear your heart apart
No, no nay will she deceive
I can’t believe that she’ll ever ever go
Not when she hugs and says she loves me so
She’ll never hurt me
She won’t desert me Listen can’t you see
She’s got the devil in her heart
Oh, no, no, no, this I can’t believe
She’s gonna tear your heart apart
No no nay will she deceive
Don’t take chances if your romance is
So important to you
She’ll never hurt me
She won’t desert me
She’s an angel sent to me
She’s got the devil in her heart
Oh, no, no, no, no this I can’t believe
She’s gonna tear your heart apart
No, no nay will she deceive
She’s got the devil in her heart
No she’s an angel sent to me
She’s got the devil in her heart
No she’s an angel sent to me
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