You Know What To Do

Album: Anthology 1 (1964)


  • This is just the second song that George Harrison wrote; it was not released until the Anthology CDs came out. It was originally going to be on the Meet the Beatles album, but was ultimately replaced with "Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby." >>
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    Breanna - Henderson, NV

Comments: 2

  • Nikolai from Los Angeles, CaI don't know why this song was left off their albums. It's certainly better than some of his other songs.
  • Breanna from Henderson, NvThis is so my favorite song by George Harrison!
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