I want you to want me I need you to need me I'd love you to love me I'm beggin' you to beg me I want you to want me I need you to need me I'd love … View full lyrics Scrobble Stats ? George Martin said of the song, "I asked them for another song as good as 'Please Please Me', and they brought me one—'From Me to You.' Delispice – Me To You, You To Me Lyrics. , Before that interview, Lennon had stated, "We nearly didn't record it because we thought it was too bluesy at first, but when we'd finished it and George Martin had scored it with harmonica, it was alright.". "John said, 'Show me something.' In 1989 Kids Incorporated covered "From Me to You" in the Season 6 episode "Never Too Old". [Hums melody of first line.]  As it turned out, Lennon was temporarily right, but neither artist's version was a big hit in America.  Had Vee-Jay known how all-encompassing Beatlemania would become, it likely would have saved "From Me to You" for use as an A-side, the way it did with "Twist and Shout" and "Do You Want to Know a Secret". You huh wi ob-shi ku-rim-cho-rom na-ma-chu-gi-rul. On 4 March 2016, a remixed version of the song was released by Yolanda Be Cool & DCUP.  After the concert, he told John Lennon that he was going to record "From Me to You" to give the group some exposure in America. The tonic-subdominant modulation is almost a cliché, but Lennon & McCartney avoid the cliché by going another route from I to IV than the standard I–I7–IV. In November 2008, a slowed-down cover version using only piano and vocals became the first Beatles song to be used in a British advertising campaign when it was used in John Lewis' Christmas marketing.. The song was the Beatles' first number 1 hit on what became the official UK singles chart but the second, after "Please Please Me", on most of the other singles charts published in the UK at the time. and you stood by me through changes,and you have never left me alone, we've seen good and bad years,but we're still here. Our songwriting lifted a little with that song. In the bridge the song modulates to the subdominant (IV) key: F major.  Even though Cash Box magazine called it a "Pick of the Week" when it was released, it initially failed even more miserably than its predecessor; through the end of June, "From Me to You" sold fewer than 4,000 copies and had failed to chart anywhere. The title was inspired by the name of the letters section of the New Musical Express, which they had been reading: "From You to Us". Lennon and McCartney began writing "From Me to You" while riding a coach heading to Shrewsbury as part of the Beatles' tour with Helen Shapiro. It was written by Paul McCartney and John Lennon.  Gerry & The Pacemakers, who also hailed from Liverpool, were very much rivals of the Beatles in their early days—Gerry and the Pacemakers attained the first number one ("How Do You Do It") before the Beatles, and also claimed their second and third number ones before the Beatles did, slowly losing steam afterwards as Beatlemania launched and the Beatles dominated music worldwide in 1964.  It was even more successful in Chicago as it peaked at number 15 on the WLS "Silver Dollar Survey". Hwanha-ke bid-juo ju-don hae-sa-li dwe-go. But we'll probably write the same old rubbish! An instrumental arrangement, "From Me to You Fantasy" is used in the film, Help!, arranged by Ken Thorne, and is track 3 of the original U.S. release of the soundtrack album. The song was the Beatles' first number 1 hit on what became the official UK singles chart but the second, after "Please Please Me", on most of the other singles charts published in the UK at the time. It entered the Billboard Hot 100 on 29 June, becoming the first Lennon–McCartney composition to make the American charts. After a period of about half-an-hour had elapsed and nothing seemed to be coming from the back, Kenny rushed to the front and shouted, 'Well, that's it. In five years' time we may arrange the tunes differently. "From Me to You" featured Lennon playing harmonica in a Jimmy Reed-inspired blues style he had learned from Delbert McClinton, another American who was on the same bill with the Beatles in the early Sixties. "From Me to You" made its first album appearance (overall) on the Canadian Twist and Shout LP in 1964.  Del Shannon was also on the bill that night.