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The Beatles

You Can't Do That (2:33)

"You Can't Do That" is a song recorded by The Beatles credited to Lennon / McCartney although it was wholly composed by John Lennon.
While in New York for The Ed Sullivan Show guitarist George Harrison was presented with a Rickenbacker 360 Deluxe electric 12-string guitar worth (in 1964) $900. Only the second one produced, it was heard for the first time on "You Can't Do That" (although actually used for the first…

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I got something to say
That might cause you pain
If I catch you talking
To that boy again

The Beatles - You Can't Do That Lyrics


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  • I always wonder - is this song for serious? Cuz I'm always rofl-ing when I hear it.
  • olala it song...
  • 'Because I told you before! ooooh, you can't do that!' So that's what they say...
  • This is could be the most underrated early Beatles track. Should have NEVER cut it out of the Hard Day's Night film!
  • This song has the best chorus in the world.
  • If ya consider yrself a fan and you haven't heard the "American Beatle", Harry Nilsson's, cover of this- then you owe it yrself to click here: http://youtu.be/K8ywBurC75A ...it's a funny, great version of this killer jam, stuffed with lot's of clever Fab Four references!
  • because I told you before
  • the anthology version has awesome bass.

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