I Want To Tell You

song

I want to tell you, 
My head is filled with things to say, 
When you're here, 
All those words they seem to slip away. 
When I get near you, 
The games begin to drag me down, 
It's alright, 
I'll make you maybe next time around. 
But if I seem to act unkind, 
It's only me, it's not my mind, 
That is confusing things. 
I want to tell you, 
I feel hung up and I don't know why, 
I don't mind, I could wait for ever, 
I've got time. 
Sometimes I wish I knew you well, 
Then I could speak my mind and tell you 
Maybe you'd understand. 
I want to tell you, 
I feel hung up and I don't know why, 
I don't mind, I could wait for ever, 
I've got time. I've got time.

Wikipedia
"I Want to Tell You"
Song by the Beatles from the album Revolver
Released 5 August 1966
Recorded 2 June 1966
EMI Studios
Genre Rock
Length 2:29
Label Parlophone
Writer George Harrison
Producer George Martin
Revolver track listing

"I Want to Tell You" is a song written by George Harrison and originally released by the Beatles on their 1966 album Revolver. Working titles, originating from Harrison's inability to name his songs, were "Laxton's Superb" (a breed of apple, following on from "Granny Smith") and "I Don't Know".

Please note the text from Wikipedia is imported without editing or authentication.
Play / Pause

I Want To Tell You (Revolver)

Vist UK Store

Vist US Store

Vist Brazil Store