What You're Doing

song

Look what you're doin'. I'm feeling blue and lonely
Would it be too much to ask of you
What you're doin' to me?

You got me runnin' and there's no fun in it.
Why should it be so much to ask of you
What you're doin' to me?

I've been waiting here for you
Wond'rin what you're gonna do.
And should you need a love that's true, it's me.

Please stop your lyin'. You got me cryin', girl.
Why should it be so much to ask of you
What you're doin' to me?

I've been waiting here for you
Wond'rin what you're gonna do.
And should you need a love that's true, it's me.

Please stop your lyin'. You got me cryin', girl.
Why should it be so much to ask of you
What you're doin' to me?

What you're doin' to me?
What you're doin' to me?

Wikipedia
"What You're Doing"
Song by the Beatles from the album Beatles for Sale
Released 4 December 1964 (mono and stereo)
Recorded 29–30 September and 26 October 1964
Abbey Road Studios
Genre Rock
Length 2:30
Label Parlophone
Writer Lennon–McCartney
Producer George Martin
Beatles for Sale track listing

"What You're Doing" is a song by the Beatles written by Paul McCartney (credited to Lennon–McCartney). One of eight originals of fourteen songs on the 1964 album Beatles for Sale; it also appeared on the 1965 American release Beatles VI.

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