The Beatles Song Of The Day: “Got To Get You Into My Life”


The Beatles Song Of The Day is “Got To Get You Into My Life.” “Got You Get You Into My Life” appears on The Beatles “Revolver” album. The song was written by Paul McCartney. John would later comment “I think that was one of his best songs, too because the lyrics are good and I didn’t write them.” It was also the first song that The Beatles used brass on. The song was influenced by Motown. The song was  been written about Paul’s drug experiences. Paul would say it was his ode to pot. John Lennon: rhythm guitar/ Paul McCartney: double-tracked vocal and bass guitar/ George Harrison: lead guitar/ Ringo Starr: drums and tambourine/ George Martin: organ/ Eddie Thornton, Ian Hamer, Les Condon: trumpets/ Alan Branscombe and Peter Coe: tenor saxes. The song was recorded on April 7th, 8th, 11th, May 18th and June 17th and 20th, 1966. Producer: George…

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5 responses to “The Beatles Song Of The Day: “Got To Get You Into My Life”

  1. Maybe it’s a subconscious comparison on my part of this song to the more “psychedelic” tunes they started recording at this time, but I’ve always considered it kind of odd for this to be his love letter to ganja. Know what I mean?

  2. I remember my sister bought this single in 1976 for me when I was 9 when it was re-released as a single…it was cool they had a top 10 hit in 1976.

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