Got To Get You Into My Life

song

I was alone, I took a ride,
I didn't know what I would find there.
Another road where maybe I
Could see another kind of mind there.

Ooh, then I suddenly see you,
Ooh, did I tell you I need you
Ev'ry single day of my life?

You didn't run, you didn't lie,
You knew I wanted just to hold you.
And had you gone, you knew in time we'd meet again,
For I had told you.

Ooh, you were meant to be near me,
Ooh, and I want you to hear me
Say we'll be together ev'ry day.

Got to get you into my life!

What can I do, what can I be?
When I'm with you, I want to stay there.
If I'm true I'll never leave,
And if I do, I know the way there.

Ooh, then I suddenly see you,
Ooh, did I tell you I need you
Ev'ry single day of my life?

Got to get you into my life!

Wikipedia
"Got to Get You into My Life"
Song by the Beatles from the album Revolver
Released 5 August 1966
Recorded EMI Studios
7 April and 17 June 1966
Genre R&B, rock
Length 2:27 (stereo version)
2:35 (mono version)
Label Parlophone PMC 7009 (mono), PCS 7009 (stereo)
Writer Lennon–McCartney
Producer George Martin
Revolver track listing
"Got to Get You into My Life"
Single by The Beatles
B-side "Helter Skelter"
Released 31 May 1976
Format 7"
Label Capitol 4274
Certification Gold (RIAA)
The Beatles singles chronology
"The Long and Winding Road" / "For You Blue"
(US-1970)
"Got to Get You into My Life"
(US-1976)
"Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da"
(US-1976)

"Got to Get You into My Life" is a song by the Beatles, first released in 1966 on the album Revolver. It was written by Paul McCartney, though officially credited to Lennon–McCartney. The song is a soulful Motown homage with colorful brass instrumentation, and lyrics that suggest a psychedelic experience. A cover version by Cliff Bennett and the Rebel Rousers peaked at number six in 1966 in the UK.

The Beatles' version was released in the United States as a single from the Rock 'n' Roll Music compilation album in 1976, a decade after its initial release and six years after the Beatles split up. It reached number seven on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, the Beatles' last top ten hit there until their 1995 release "Free as a Bird."

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Got To Get You Into My Life (Revolver)

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Got To Get You Into My Life (Anthology 2)

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