I Love You" is a song recorded by English rock band the Beatles in 1962. The song was released in the UK on 5 October 1962 as the B-side of their debut single "Love Me Do" and is also included on their debut album Please Please Me (1963).
I Love You (оригинал The Beatles). Я люблю тебя (перевод Надежда Бегемотова из СПб). Send my love to you, (You know I want you to). То шлю любовь мою, (И только умоляю). Remember that I'll always, (Yeah).
I Love You. The Beatles. Produced by George Martin. Album Please Please Me. . As I write this letter Send my love to you Remember that I'll always Be in love with you. Treasure these few words 'til we're together Keep all my love forever . I love you You, you, you. I'll be coming home again to you, love And 'til the day I do, love . As I write this letter (oh) Send my love to you (You know I want you to) Remember that I'll always (yeah) Be in love with you. You, you, you I love you. More on Genius. Track two, side two of Please Please Me and the b-side to the single release of Love Me Do.
Treasure these few words till we're together Keep all my love forever . I'll be coming home again to you, love And till the day I do, love . Treasure these few words till we're together Keep all my love forever .
B. P. S. I Love You. Written-By – Lennon/McCartney. Matrix, Runout (Side A): 7XCE17144. Matrix, Runout (Side B): 7XCE17145. Other Versions (5 of 78) View All. Cat.
Love Me Do" is the debut single by the English rock band the Beatles, backed by ". When the single was originally released in the United Kingdom on 5 October 1962, it peaked at number 17. In 1982 it was re-promoted (not re-issued, retaining the same catalogue number) and reached number four. It was released in the United States in 1964, where it became a number one hit.
EP, 1962, Parlophone, Odeon Records. 1. Love Me Do. 2. Узнать больше. New Year's Day (the Decca Audition). Bootleg, 1962, Apple. 7. Memphis, Tennessee. 8. Sure to Fall (in Love with You). 9. Hello Little Girl. 11. Crying, Waiting, Hoping. 12. Love of the Loved. 13. September in the Rain. EP, 1963, Parlophone, Toshiba, EMI Records. From Me to You. I Saw Her Standing There.
I Love You was also to be on the album, and it was recorded on a single track only, they somehow needed to create a stereo mix for the stereo copies of the album. To solve the problem, a fake stereo mix had to be made from the mono mix made on September 11th, 1962. Like Love Me Do, the song was rechanneled to have primarily all the treble frequencies on one side and all the bass frequencies on the other, creating a stereo effect. This was the first occurrence of The Beatles achieving a top 10 placement on the Billboard charts with both sides of a single. Love Me Do charted at number one on May 30th, while . I Love You charted simultaneously at number 10. A very notable achievement, especially since neither of these songs made it past number 17 in Britain. In August of 1964, Vee Jay re-released this single on the short lived Oldies 45 label.