"Tell Me What You See" is a Beatles song that first appeared on their UK album Help! and the US album Beatles VI. As with all Beatles compositions by either of the two, the song is credited to Lennon/McCartney, although it was written, according to Paul McCartney, 60% by him, 40% by John Lennon.
Despite McCartney's later comments—"I seem to remember it as mine... Not awfully memorable"—"Tell Me What You See" shows the…
If you let me take your heart, I will prove to you
We will never be apart, if I'm part of you
Open up your eyes now, tell me what you see
It is no surprise now, what you see is me