The Beatles Song Of The Day: “Michelle”


The Beatles Song Of The Day is “Michelle.” “Michelle” appears on The Beatles “Rubber Soul” album. The song was written by Paul McCartney with some help from his partner John Lennon. Lennon would say “Both of us wrote it. I wrote the middle with him.” The french was translated by Mrs. Ivan Vaughan the wife of Ivan Vaughan a former Quarryman and childhood friend of John and Paul’s. “Michelle” took nine hours to record. Paul originally saw the song as ‘a joke french tune” The Beatles were short on tunes for “Rubber Soul” and Paul played it for John, who stole the “I love you, I love you, I love you” from a Nina Simone song “I  Put A Spell On You.” John Lennon: backing vocal/ Paul McCartney: vocal, acoustic guitars, lead guitar, bass guitar and drums/ George Harrison: backing vocals/ Ringo Starr: drums. The song was recorded on November…

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