I'd Have You Anytime

Album: All Things Must Pass (1970)
  • Let me in here, I know I've been here
    Let me into your heart
    Let me know you, let me show you
    Let me roll it to you

    All I have is yours
    All you see is mine
    And I'm glad to hold you in my arms
    I'd have you anytime

    Let me say it, let me play it
    Let me lay it on you
    Let me know you, let me show you
    Let me grow upon you

    All I have is yours
    All you see is mine
    And I'm glad to hold you in my arms
    I'd have you anytime

    Let me in here, I know I've been here
    Let me into your heart Writer/s: Robert Dylan, George Harrison
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 4

  • Brian from Greenbelt, MdThis song is a "stunner." When George asks at the end of the session, "Anything you want to change or say?" to the engineers and other musicians. They just went "slackjawed." Nothing they could say. What could they say? The song played itself. What a remarkable song. The way it cut time between the verses was so genius. Not a moment spared to enjoy this song. In other words, the song was so precious that George didn't want to waste a beat to "get it" to you. Clapton played nicely.
    George's voice was soothing as well. It's thin but it works. It sounds like it will fail occasionally but he rescues it and brings it back into the song very nicely. I think that is the remarkable thing about his voice. I learned how to play guitar because of George.


  • Brady from Niagara Falls, NyIt's like There is this thing called a guitar.
    Who in the world could write a song that would
    sound outstanding in perfect correlation with this
    instrument? The answer is George Harrison;
    "I'd Have You Anytime"
  • Boots from Manila, PhilippinesI agree with you Charlie. This song is so soothing what with its guitar licks masterfully blended with George's vocals. A typical Harrison piece that stand among his best composition.
  • Charlie from New York, NyThis song is mad beautifully and relaxing. Another great George Harrison song.
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