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  1. Jun 17,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group She Loves You (Mono / Remastered) · The Beatles 1 ℗ Calderstone Productions Limited (a division of Universa.
  2. "She Loves You" is a song written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney and recorded by the Beatles for release as a single in The single set and surpassed several records in the United Kingdom charts, and set a record in the United States as one of the five Beatles songs that held the top five positions in the American charts simultaneously on 4 April B-side: "I'll Get You".
  3. Jul 26,  · It had been released in England on Parlophone Records on August 23, , racking up pre-orders of half a million units and quickly ascending to the #1 position in the U.K. “She Loves You” became the best-selling single in Britain for the year and remains the Beatles.
  4. Jun 17,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group She Loves You (Remastered ) · The Beatles Past Masters ℗ Calderstone Productions Limited (a division of.
  5. Apr 09,  · Live: Wednesday 20/11/ The Beatles performed two shows at Manchester's ABC Cinema on the 16th date of their Autumn Tour. Accompanied with backstage.
  6. CD Love Me Do* CD From Me To You* CD She Loves You* CD I Want To Hold Your Hand: CD Can't Buy Me Love: CD A Hard Day's Night: CD I Feel Fine: CD Eight Days A Week: CD Ticket To Ride: CD Help! CD Yesterday: CD Day Tripper: CD We Can Work It Out: CD Paperback Writer: CD Yellow Submarine: CD
  7. If you were born on Saturday March 28, then She Loves You by The Beatles was the #1 song on your 11th birthday. The song went to number one on March .
  8. In August , at the end of its "Beatles Weekend", BBC Radio 2 announced that "She Loves You" was the Beatles' all-time best-selling single in the UK based on information compiled by The Official Charts Company. In Canada, the song was included on the album Twist and Shout. In the US, it was the final song on The Beatles' Second Album.

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