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"Eight Days a Week" is a song written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, which was recorded by The Beatles and released on their December 1964 album Beatles for Sale.

"Eight Days a Week" is the first song which the Beatles took into the studio unfinished to work on arrangement during the session, which would later become common. The song was mainly recorded in two recording sessions on 6 October devoted exclusively to this song, which lasted nearly seven hours… read more

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    Uma das melhores.
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    The Days.mp3
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    The best. The Beatles!!!!
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    :o) Smiling! :o)
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    Still the greatest band that ever was................
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    I had the "* Days A Week" single, with the cover. If you read underneath the title on the label it said "Music from the movie (or film) "Eight Arms To Hold You" which must have been the working title for their movie "Help!" Many years ago I asked my mom if she still had all of our old Beatle records and she told me she got rid of all of our childhood collections...records, magazines, boxes of Beatle and baseball cards, etc. about 10 years after we all left. We had SHOEBOXES full of Beatle cards, Batman cards, and a History cards collections, too.
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    Paul was in a limo on his way to John's house for a song writing session. Paul asked the driver if he was busy with work. The driver replied "Eight Days A Week". When Paul arrived at John's he told John he had a title for a song, "Eight Days A Week". Thus the start.

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