Misery

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The world is treating me bad, misery. 
I'm the kind of guy who never used to cry.
The world is treating me bad, misery. 
I've lost her now for sure, 
I won't see her no more, 
It's gonna be a drag, misery. 
I'll remember all the little things we've done, 
Can't she see she'll always be the only one, only one, 
Send her back to me cause everyone can see, 
Without her I will be in misery. 
I'll remember all the little things we've done,
She’ll remember and she’ll miss her only one, lonely one
Send her back to me 'cos everyone can see, 
Without her I will be in misery. 
Oh in misery. Oh in misery.

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"Misery"
Song by the Beatles from the album Please Please Me
Released 22 March 1963
Recorded 11 February 1963
Genre Pop rock
Length 1:47
Label Parlophone
Writer McCartney–Lennon
Producer George Martin
Please Please Me track listing

"Misery" is a song performed by the Beatles on their album Please Please Me. It was co-written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney. According to Lennon, "It was kind of a John song more than a Paul song, but it was written together." McCartney was to say: "I don't think either one of us dominated on that one, it was just a hacking job."

A 1963 single by Kenny Lynch made "Misery" the first Beatles' song to be covered by another artist.

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