"You Like Me Too Much" is a song by The Beatles written by George Harrison. It was recorded on 17 February 1965. It was first released on the Help! album in the UK and on Beatles VI in the U.S., both in 1965.
There is an introduction using acoustic piano and electric piano (a Hohner Pianet), with Paul McCartney and George Martin playing two different piano parts on separate ends of the same Steinway grand piano. The Steinway appears only in the song's intro and was overdubbed separately, as was McCartney's bass. According to Robert Fontenot of About.com, "the Beatles run the Steinway through a Hammond B-3's rotating Leslie speaker, a trick they would come back to over and over again. When the intro ends, you can actually hear the Leslie being switched off!"
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