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The Beatles - I Should Have Known Better MP3

The Beatles - I Should Have Known Better MP3

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Performer: The Beatles
Title: I Should Have Known Better
Country: Denmark
Released: 1964
Style: Beat
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.0
Catalog #: DK 1624
Label: Odeon

Tracklist

1Tell Me Why2:06
2I Should Have Known Better2:40


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
HHR 128The Beatles I Should Have Known Better ‎(7", Single, Gre)Parlophone, StibbeHHR 128Netherlands1964
GMSP 57The Beatles I Should Have Known Better ‎(7")Parlophone, OdeonGMSP 57GreeceUnknown
DK 1624The Beatles I Should Have Known Better ‎(7", Single, Mono, Bla)OdeonDK 1624Denmark1964
3C 006-04463, 3C 006 04463 MThe Beatles I Should Have Known Better ‎(7", Single, RE)Apple Records, Apple Records3C 006-04463, 3C 006 04463 MItaly1976
3C 006-04463, 3C 006 04463 MThe Beatles I Should Have Known Better ‎(7", Single, RE)Apple Records, Apple Records3C 006-04463, 3C 006 04463 MItaly1976


Credits

  • Written-ByLennon-McCartney


Notes

Black labels with silver lettering.

'Made in Denmark'


Barcodes

  • Rights Society: NCB
  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): 7XBE 50116
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): 7XKP 402


Companies

  • Record Company – Skandinavisk Grammophon Aktieselskab


Video


Album

I Should Have Known Better was also issued as the B-side of the US single A Hard Day's Night released on 13 July. An orchestrated version of the song conducted by George Martin appears on the North American version of the album, A Hard Day's Night Original. I Should Have Known Better In the Style Of The Beatles. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Johan from Stockholm, SwedenLennons I Should Have Known Better was a number one hit in Norway 1964, Lennons Do You Want to Know a Secret was number one in US 1981, Lennons If I Fell was number one in Norway 1964, Lennons This Boy was number one in Canada, Lennons Nowhere Man was number one in Australia and Canada. I wonder way he moved in this way for the song. Jim from Morgantown, WvI was under the impression that it was George Harrison who played the 12-string. Johan from Stockholm, SwedenIn a voting at , I Should Have Known Better considered as the best song i the A Hard Days Night album. Johan Cavalli. Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group I Should Have Known Better Remastered 2009 The Beatles A Hard Day's Night 2009 Calderstone Should Have Known Better In the Style of the Beatles. I should have known better with a girl like you That I would love everything that you do And I do, hey, hey, hey, and I do. Whoa, oh, I never realized what a kiss could be This could only happen to me Can't you see, can't you see. That when I tell you that I love you, oh You're gonna say you love me too, oh And when I ask you to be mine You're gonna say you love me too. Dylan had a great influence on the band after he and The Beatles had met in New York in 1964. The band performed this song in their film A Hard Day's Night in a scene with a group of girls listening to them. album: A Hard Day's Night 1964. A Hard Day's Night. I Should Have Known Better. If I Fell. The Beatles began recording I Should Have Known Better on 25 February 1964, a day which also saw them record John Lennons You Cant Do That and Paul McCartneys ballad And I Love Her. That day the group recorded three takes of I Should Have Known Better. In the UK, I Should Have Known Better was the second song on the A Hard Days Night album, which was released on 10 July 1964. There are four I really go for: Cant Buy Me Love, If I Fell, I Should Have Known Better a song with harmonica we feature during the opening train sequence and Tell Me Why. John Lennon, 1964 Anthology. I should have known better with a girl like you. That I would love ev'rything that do, And I do hey, hey, hey, and I do. Whoa, oh, I never realized what a kiss could be, This could only happen to me, Can't you see, can't you see. You love me too. Song by the Beatles from the album A Hard Day's Night. 10 July 1964. It was released on the album A Hard Day's Night, in 1964 and also the second song on the UK version. In the film A Hard Day's Night, the song is performed in the train segment, while the card game is being played. Surprisingly, this is a very opimistic song written by John. by The Beatles. Tuning: E A D G B E. Key: G. Backing Track. Get access to Pro version of I Should Have Known Better Ultimate Guitar Pro is a premium guitar tab service, available on PC, Mac, iOS and Android. Try for free. Please rate this tab. Report bad tab. All artists. a b C D e f g h I j k L M n o p q r s t u V w X y z