Oh! Darling

song

Oh darling, please believe me,
I'll never do you no harm;
Believe me when I tell you,
I'll never do you no harm.

Oh darling, if you leave me,
I'll never make it alone;
Believe me when I beg you,
Don't ever leave me alone.

When you told me
You didn't need me anymore,
Well, you know I nearly broke down and cried.
When you told me
You didn't need me anymore,
Well, you know, I nearly fell down and died.

Oh darling, if you leave me,
I'll never make it alone.
Believe me when I tell you,
I'll never do you no harm.

Believe me, darling.

When you told me
You didn't need me anymore,
Well, you know I nearly broke down and cried.
When you told me
You didn't need me anymore,
Well, you know, I nearly fell down and died.

Oh darling, please believe me,
I'll never let you down.
Oh, believe me, darling.
Believe me when I tell you,
I'll never do you no harm.

Wikipedia
"Oh! Darling"

Cover to Japanese single
Single by The Beatles
from the album Abbey Road
A-side "Here Comes the Sun"
Released 26 September 1969 (album)
5 June 1970 (Japan single)
Recorded 20 April – 11 August 1969
Genre Swamp pop, R&B
Length 3:26
Label Apple Records
Writer(s) Lennon–McCartney
Producer George Martin
Abbey Road track listing

"Oh! Darling" is a song by the Beatles composed by Paul McCartney (credited to Lennon–McCartney) and appearing as the fourth song on the album, Abbey Road, in 1969. Its working title was "Oh! Darling (I'll Never Do You No Harm)". Although not issued as a single in either the United Kingdom or the United States, a regional subsidiary of Capitol successfully edited it as a single in Central America, having "Maxwell's Silver Hammer" as its B-side. It was also issued as a single in Portugal. Apple Records released "Oh! Darling" in Japan with "Here Comes the Sun" in June 1970.

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