"Lend Me Your Comb" was a song written by Kay Twomey, Fred Wise and Ben Weisman and published by Alamo Music, ASCAP. It was originally the B-Side of Carl Perkins' "Glad All Over" single, released December 1957 on Sun Records as Sun 287 by "The Rockin' Guitar Man". This was Carl Perkins' last single on Sun Records. The vocals were by Carl Perkins and Jay Perkins. Today it is best known for a cover by The Beatles, recorded 2 July 1963 at the BBC Maida Vale Studios in London. The Beatles cover has helped the song gain some notability. Musically, it is best known as a Rock'n'Roll song, and is usually performed as such. The Beatles version was released on their Anthology 1 album.
It also appeared on the Beatles' Live! at the Star-Club in Hamburg, Germany; 1962 album.
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