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"Here, There, and Everywhere"
29 November 2010
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mithveaen
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Mhh interesting. Many people like it. I think I can't forget the Celine Dion's version and that moment they used it in Friends... if I could only forget that.. I might enjoy it more... a-hard-days-night-ringo-13

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29 November 2010
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Here, There and Everywhere had to grow on me a bit because it is so sappy, but I would say know it's my favorite song of Paul's, or at least one of my favorites. I get the sense from this that if the Beatles would have come out in the earlier 50's they could have been a pretty great Doo-wop group.

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29 November 2010
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I'm with Joe (and John, and George M.) - I think HT&E is fabulous and not sappy in the least. A song that actually would've made an episode of "Friends" enjoyable had I seen it. Great Beach Boys-influenced vocals, lyrics that Paul obviously put some thought into, guitars, finger snaps. Beautiful!

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29 November 2010
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I find that the harmonies are great, but the lyrics can lean towards the mushy side of things- I hear it's a very popular wedding song. Still, I've always loved this song, and it's one of my favorites on Revolver.

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30 November 2010
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GniknuS said:

 I get the sense from this that if the Beatles would have come out in the earlier 50's they could have been a pretty great Doo-wop group.


They have all said, that when it was all said and done, they were a great little dance hall band.

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22 February 2011
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It's a melody that flows flawlessly, and it exhibits Paul's natural gift for melody. I love the intro to the song and the harmonies. I love the way how the 3 words of the title are distributed for each verse of the song "Here" … "There" and "Everywhere" and then it all comes together at the end… If John Lennon's words are to go by, I'd say it's one of the best. He said in his 1980 interview for Playboy that it is one of his favorites of all Beatles songs.

But it's cool if some people don't like it. To each his own, always. a-hard-days-night-paul-10

22 February 2011
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The song is absolutely heart warming, my cousin had it for his wedding, I want it for mine! a-hard-days-night-paul-8heart

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24 February 2011
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Paul has repeatedly said it's his favourite Beatle song......even more so than Yesterday, although that's the one he's most proud off....obviously paul-mccartney

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24 February 2011
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Paul also call "You Know My Name" his favourite, so that doesn't mean a whole lot to me

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24 February 2011
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mr. Sun king coming together said:

Paul also call "You Know My Name" his favourite, so that doesn't mean a whole lot to me


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