Yes It Is

song

If you wear red tonight,
Remember what I said tonight,
For red is the color that my baby wore
And what's more it's true
Yes, it is.

Scarlet were the clothes she wore,
Ev'rybody knows I'm sure.
I would remember all the things we planned,
Understand, it's true
Yes, it is, it's true
Yes, it is.

I could be happy with you by my side,
If I could forget her, but it's my pride,
Yes, it is, yes, it is

Please don't wear red tonight,
This is what I said tonight.
For red is the color that will make me blue,
In spite of you, it's true,
Yes, it is, it's true.
Yes, it is, it's true.

I could be happy with you by my side,
If I could forget her, but it's my pride,
Yes, it is, yes, it is
Oh, yes, it is, yeah.

Please don't wear red tonight,
This is what I said tonight.
For red is the color that will make me blue,
In spite of you, it's true,
Yes, it is, it's true.
Yes, it is, it's true.

Wikipedia
"Yes It Is"
Single by The Beatles
A-side "Ticket to Ride"
Released 9 April 1965
Format 7"
Recorded 16 February 1965
Abbey Road Studios
Genre Rock
Length 2:41
Label Parlophone
Writer(s) Lennon–McCartney
Producer George Martin
The Beatles singles chronology
"If I Fell"
(UK-1964)

"Eight Days a Week"
(US-1965)
"Ticket to Ride"
(1965)
"Help!"
(1965)

"Yes It Is" is a song by the Beatles, released in 1965. Written by John Lennon (credited to Lennon–McCartney) it was first released as the B-side to "Ticket to Ride". It features some of the Beatles' most complex and dissonant three-part vocal harmonies and showcases George Harrison's early use of volume pedal guitar.

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Yes It Is (Past Masters)

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Yes It Is (Anthology 2)

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