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The Beatles — Here, There And Everywhere
Album: Revolver
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Released: 1966
Length: 2:20
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To lead a better life I need my love to be here...

Here, making each day of the year
Changing my life with a wave of her hand
Nobody can deny that there's something there

There, running my hands through her hair
Both of us thinking how good it can be
Someone is speaking but she doesn't know he's there

I want her everywhere and if she's beside me
I know I need never care
But to love her is to need her everywhere
Knowing that love is to share

Each one believing that love never dies
Watching her eyes and hoping I'm always there

I want her everywhere and if she's beside me
I know I need never care
But to love her is to need her everywhere
Knowing that love is to share

Each one believing that love never dies
Watching her eyes and hoping I'm always there

To be there and everywhere
Here, there and everywhere
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Not a Paul fan but I can feel emotion, nez show business in this song. Grew up on Beatles so consider their entire catalog one long record.
Good Lord, to come home and hear this, after hearing Whiskey Autumn nail a few great Beatles' tunes at No-Name Bar in Boulder...~!
 Sasha2001 wrote:
Now I believe you're being facetious (whatever that means, there's no way of verifying the meaning of words in Obama's America). Before the Beatles there was only do-wop, rockabilly, and skiffle.
 
Not a terrible job of trolling, but leaves out some important other ideas like Axis of Evil, Trickle Down Economics, and Weapons of Mass Destruction. If you really want to get up the dander of the public, remind them not about the meaning of words, but about where their country's dignity went.

And, this isn't one of my favorite Beatles' tunes. A but too syrupy for my tastes.  
 moodfood wrote:
Revolver has gotta be among their top two or three albums, no doubt about it..

 
{#Cheers} .... for me it's their best and it certainly is in my top 5 albums of all time. 
Revolver has gotta be among their top two or three albums, no doubt about it..
 unclehud wrote:
This album doesn't get the credit it deserves.  It's really one of their better ones, but when it has to stand with Sgt Pepper, White, Abbey Road ... well, there are few that can stand with that company, frankly.

 
This album is usually at or near the top of "best albums" polls, so you need to elaborate what you mean there.

This song is soooo good for the external auditory meatus...

Everybody in my mushrooming multitude of churches be dancing buck ass naked all over the world like bowlegged gypsy muleskinners...  love this song...  love sex, drugs, and rock 'n roll...
 Sasha2001 wrote:




Now I believe you're being facetious (whatever that means, there's no way of verifying the meaning of words in Obama's America).

Before the Beatles there was only do-wop, rockabilly, and skiffle.
 
Facetious = flippant in Cameron's Britain.
beautiful detailed analogue
This album doesn't get the credit it deserves.  It's really one of their better ones, but when it has to stand with Sgt Pepper, White, Abbey Road ... well, there are few that can stand with that company, frankly.
 Sasha2001 wrote:

Now I believe you're being facetious (whatever that means, there's no way of verifying the meaning of words in Obama's America). Before the Beatles there was only do-wop, rockabilly, and skiffle.
 
C'mon; only those three genres?  No folk, no jazz, no blues, no R&B, no show tunes?  
 RobRyan wrote:

It's a great one, but Frank Sinatra thinks (thought I suppose) it's "Something."
 

Except that "Something" was written by George Harrison.  George wrote the best Beatles songs, imo.
 Sasha2001 wrote:


Now I believe you're being facetious (whatever that means, there's no way of verifying the meaning of words in Obama's America). Before the Beatles there was only do-wop, rockabilly, and skiffle.
 
So, do ya suppose you're gonna have a hard time the next four years too?
 Proclivities wrote:

I believe drews was being facetious.  95% is quite an exaggeration.  Despite what a lot of people wish to believe: there was a lot of music before the 1960s, and long before The Beatles even existed. 
Brilliant song.
 



Now I believe you're being facetious (whatever that means, there's no way of verifying the meaning of words in Obama's America).

Before the Beatles there was only do-wop, rockabilly, and skiffle.
My pick for the best melody in a Beatles song. If not the best, it's in the group picture.
 On_The_Beach wrote:
Listening to this it's hard to believe the Beatles were considered a threat to the youth of the day.
 
Not really. Obviously "The Stones" definitely were. Everybody thought  those mop-tops were just fab. Personally I'd give the accolade to "The Pretty Things."


This song is soooo good for the ears...

 
This song is purtier than yer mouth, boy! You can go.
 drews wrote:
not heard of these guys before, but quite a catchy tune
 

 Byronape wrote:

Spent much time under a rock?  A cave maybe?  95% of music today can be traced back to the Beatles.

 
I believe drews was being facetious.  95% is quite an exaggeration.  Despite what a lot of people wish to believe: there was a lot of music before the 1960s, and long before The Beatles even existed. 
Brilliant song.
 RobRyan wrote:

It's a great one, but Frank Sinatra thinks (thought I suppose) it's "Something." Personally, I'd vote for "Your Song" by Elton John and Bernie Taupin.

 
Ol' Blue Eyes is also on record (no pun intended) as stating that Something is the best Lennon/McCartney song ever. So it shows how much he knew.

 {#Nyah}
Listening to this it's hard to believe the Beatles were considered a threat to the youth of the day.
 Byronape wrote:

Spent much time under a rock?  A cave maybe?  95% of music today can be traced back to the Beatles.

 
uh...really? Great pop song writers of course..but they had their influences as well.Love them..but IMO, they get a bit too much credit. There was rock before them you know...
Great!
Simple perfection , in the middle of the beatlemania craziness they create That beautiful simple love song !


Everybody in my hotel room loves this song...


 
 tapatia1072 wrote:
One of the most beautiful, simple, and sincere love sings ever written.
 
Yup.
 
Zigi wrote: One of Paul's finest. Best love song ever? Quite possibly.


RobRyan wrote:

It's a great one, but Frank Sinatra thinks (thought I suppose) it's "Something." Personally, I'd vote for "Your Song" by Elton John and Bernie Taupin.

 
Both of these rate high for me personnally, but as far as Beatles songs I would give the nod to In My Life.  I can think of a few I like better, but not many. 

LOVE!


such a good song...
Perfection a beautiful economy of lyrics combined with a very seductive melody and a crystal clear George Martin production that convinces you that the boys are performing in front of you. 
 drews wrote:
not heard of these guys before, but quite a catchy tune
 
you are kidding , right ? please tell me you're kidding
 Zigi wrote:
One of Paul's finest. Best love song ever? Quite possibly.
 
It's a great one, but Frank Sinatra thinks (thought I suppose) it's "Something." Personally, I'd vote for "Your Song" by Elton John and Bernie Taupin.

 drews wrote:
not heard of these guys before, but quite a catchy tune
 
Spent much time under a rock?  A cave maybe?  95% of music today can be traced back to the Beatles.

 ArbiterOfGoodTaste wrote:
I've never heard this on headphones before, I don't think. I noticed a quiet snapping in the left channel toward the end that I'd never noticed before.
 
I know what you mean. Gotta pair of those cherry Shure ear buds last Xmas...just when you think you know every nuance of every song.

I'm glad no one wrote a negative comment, because I was going to smack around the first dweeb that did.  Still a 10, will always be a 10...{#Notworthy}




This is a great song from a seminal album... every single song on this album is a great song...

 
ha ha - there's a few more tunes they wrote. 

 
drews wrote:
not heard of these guys before, but quite a catchy tune
 


Beautiful melody...but sickly sentimental.
so sweet...memories and song.

this is perfection.


"...changing my life with a wave of her hand..".jesus...I nearly cried the first time I heard it...it was so appropro to my life and times and love...yep..one of the best Paul has done....I played it over and over....
One of Paul's finest. Best love song ever? Quite possibly.
not heard of these guys before, but quite a catchy tune
One of the most beautiful, simple, and sincere love sings ever written.
One of the most beautiful songs ever written.
I've never heard this on headphones before, I don't think. I noticed a quiet snapping in the left channel toward the end that I'd never noticed before.
In many ways this song distills the Beatles' genius as much as any they ever did. Simple, poignant, lovely.

I saw in some poll that this song was rated the greatest song ever written. Who knows? It's pretty damn good though; insta 10{#Notworthy}
So nice!
When life is good, and my wife & I are getting along...love seems clear - definite.  This song is so clear in its sentiment, in its message of simple, pure love.  When life is good, I think of this song and my wife, and just how nice it is to have a companion in this world.
My three brothers and I performed this song as our sister (the baby of the family) walked down the aisle during her wedding.  It was a great moment.


The music for this song is really complex — like Mozart — this is as good as it gets from the best band of all time...


One of those staple feel good, love life, Beatles tunes. Score 8
This song reminds me of my youth and slow dancing.
First?

Great McCartney-penned song. IIRC, John said he wished he had written it.