You're Gonna Lose That Girl


  • This song is a continuation of the story from "She Loves You. In that song, it's established that the girl is crazy about the guy being sung to - this song makes it clear that he must take action or risk losing her. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Bertrand - Paris, France

Comments: 13

  • Billy from Nederland , TxI woke up this morning with this song in my head. Kinda a strage way to wake least for me.
  • Guy from Woodinville, WaJust a classic Beatles song from their golden era! The lads could do no wrong!
  • Steve Dotstar from Los Angeles, Caone of my favorites by the Beatles...
    despite the fact that I hate the out of tune
    vocals in the oepning acapella part. the track comes in at a higher pitch.,they are forced to
    bring their own pitches up a bit to match the track...
    As George Martin said concerning various minor clams in production "we were pressed for time, and it was the feel I was looking for.."(I'm paraphrasing)
  • Tyler from Phillipston, Mai like this song yo
  • Charles from Providence, RiI felt like playing this song too so many guys but I didn't want any problems and my reputation of being one of the nicest kids in school, I didn't want to risk it.

  • Grenz from London, United KingdomThis song is Lennons answer to McCartneys "Another Girl".
  • Rosario from Naples, FlI'm surprised more people haven't commented this's reallly good. Great backup singing
  • Meredith from Wauwatosa, WiVery cool! I love the part after the boys sing it in 'Help!' when one of the guys in the booth asks them, "Boys, are you buzzing?" Then after Ringo falls through the floor, John scolds, "It was you buzzing! You naughty boy!" Classic!
  • George from Athens, GreeceHey, Dirk, Nashville. That's a great point ! It is so smooth that I never noticed until you mentioned. Even though I am not a great musician it is indeed brilliant !
  • Krissy from Boston, MaI love this song. Another great song by The Beatles.
  • Krista from Elyria, OhThe song is kinda funny! "You're Gonna Lose theat Girl" alright! This is one of my favorite songs on Help!
  • Russ from Seattle, WaThis song can be considered as part 2 of "She Loves You". Both feature the singer giving a friend advice about a particular girl.
  • Dirk from Nashville, TnLennon & McCartney managed to take this song smoothly from the key of E major into the key of G major and then back--a harmonic transition that surprises many formally trained musicians.
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