If I Fell

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If I fell in love with you,
Would you promise to be true
And help me understand?
'Cause I've been in love before
And I found that love was more
Than just holding hands.

If I give my heart to you,
I must be sure
From the very start that you
Would love me more than her.

If I trust in you, oh please,
Don't run and hide
If I love you too, oh please,
Don't hurt my pride like her.

'Cause I couldn't stand the pain.
And I would be sad if our new love
Was in vain.
So I hope you see that I
Would love to love you.
And that she will cry
When she learns we are two.

'Cause I couldn't stand the pain.
And I would be sad if our new love
Was in vain.
So I hope you see that I
Would love to love you.
And that she will cry
When she learns we are two.

If I fell in love with you.

Wikipedia
"If I Fell"
Song by the Beatles from the album A Hard Day's Night
Released 10 July 1964
Recorded 27 February 1964,
EMI Studos, London
Genre Pop
Length 2:22
Label Parlophone
Writer Lennon–McCartney
Producer George Martin
A Hard Day's Night track listing
"If I Fell"
Single by The Beatles
from the album 'Something New'
A-side "And I Love Her"
Released 20 July 1964
Label Capitol
The Beatles singles chronology
"I Feel Fine"
(UK-1964)

"A Hard Day's Night"
(US-1964)
"If I Fell"
(UK-1964)

"And I Love Her" /
"If I Fell"
(US-1964)
"Ticket to Ride"
(UK-1965)

"I'll Cry Instead"
(US-1964)

"If I Fell" is a song by the Beatles which first appeared in 1964 on the album A Hard Day's Night in the United Kingdom and on the North American album Something New. It was written primarily by John Lennon, but credited to Lennon–McCartney.

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