"Go Now" was made popular internationally later in 1964 when an English beat group from Birmingham named The Moody Blues recorded it, with Denny Laine on guitar and lead vocals. When Denny Laine first heard Bessie Banks's version, he immediately told the rest of the band that they needed to record the song. The song reached number one in the UK in late-January 1965 and number ten in the US. A short film clip used to…
We've already said, \"Goodbye\"
Since you've got to go
Oh you had better go now
Go now, go now, go now