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The One Beatles Song With ‘Love’ In the Title Lennon-McCartney Didn’t Write

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Capitol Records - 1977

Capitol Records – 1977

Steve Goddard Steve Goddard
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How many songs did The Beatles record with the word ‘love’ in the title?  It’s a timely question as Valentines Day is just a week away.  The answer is twelve studio recordings – barely enough to fill an album.  And out of the dozen tracks only one was not written by John Lennon-Paul McCartney. Do you know what it is and who wrote it?  [Hint: it's the only Beatles recording to feature John and George harmonizing without either Paul or Ringo] And can you name the eleven others that were Beatles songs?  In alphabetical order here are the answers:

1.  ALL MY LOVING

2.  ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE

3.  AND I LOVE HER

4.  CAN’T BUY ME LOVE

5.  IT’S ONLY LOVE

6.  LOVE ME DO

7.  LOVE YOU TOO

8.  P.S. I LOVE YOU

9.  REAL LOVE

10.  SHE LOVES YOU

11.  WORDS OF LOVE (written by Buddy Holly)

12.  YOU’VE GOT TO HIDE YOUR LOVE AWAY

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