Any Time At All

Album: A Hard Day's Night (1964)
  • Any time at all, any time at all
    Any time at all, all you gotta do is call
    And I'll be there

    If you need somebody to love
    Just look into my eyes
    I'll be there to make you feel right
    If you're feeling sorry and sad
    I'd really sympathize
    Don't you be sad, just call me tonight

    Any time at all, any time at all
    Any time at all, all you gotta do is call
    And I'll be there

    If the sun has faded away
    I'll try to make it shine
    There is nothing I won't do
    When you need a shoulder to cry on
    I hope it will be mine
    Call me tonight and I'll come to you

    Any time at all, any time at all
    Any time at all, all you gotta do is call
    And I'll be there

    Any time at all, any time at all
    Any time at all, all you gotta do is call
    And I'll be there
    Any time at all, all you gotta do is call
    And I'll be thereWriter/s: John Lennon, Paul McCartney
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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Comments: 27

  • Barry from New York, NyPaul wrote the middle-eight section. It’s music only, lyrics were never written for it.
  • Jennifur Sun from RamonaLove George's guitar.
  • Linc from Beaumont, TxTrue 1960s rock tend to have a driving tempo accentuated by drums and percussion...this is a good example.
  • George from Belleville, NjClassic rock,not at all like the songs you hear today.This is on another level,so much better.Powerful in it's straightforward simplicity.The Beatles were miles ahead of the others whether you talk about the early songs or the later songs.
  • Chloe from St. Louis, Mogreat song! i cant believe id never heard it before now. and, oh my god, i love the video on this page! i was laughing so hard at all the stupid stuff they did for the camera.
  • Barry from New York, NcSome obscure artist/band has recently covered this song. I think it was a car commercial. Anyone remember the ad? Who was the artist?
  • Rosario from Naples, FlLove this song! It's one of the most underrated songs in history, as are most songs on "A Hard Day's Night." I think a Hard Day's Night is in there top 5 best albums, actually.
  • Svetlin from Sofia, BulgariaSimply amazing! One of my favourite songs ever! So powerful, with its great lyrics and music! I love that song!
  • Chris from Charleston, ScEveryone should love this song. No questions asked. A true rocker from the year 1964. Powerful, a gem, a classic. I dare anyone to write a better rock song.
  • Bianca Sanchez from Alburquerque, NmAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH! I LOVE THIS SONG! I SCREAM WHEN I LOVE SOMETHING
  • John from New York, NyAmazing song.
  • Joey from Nowhere Land, CaI think this song is absolutely brilliant. Period.
  • Stefanie from Rock Hill, ScI'd have paid more than 6,000 pounds too. The song is a classic, and John's vocals are good. Paul's echoing the lines does remind me too of what good friends they were at the time.
  • Sam from Shanghai, ChinaSeriously! Can't believe these lyrics only went for 6000 GBP! What a fantastic song! I love how the instruments just come to a slamming stop for thre beginning of the chorus.
  • Steve from Fenton, MoAnother great song that would have been a single in a hearbeat for any other band. John's voice was magnificent on the Beatles early rockers.
  • Linus from Hamilton, On, CanadaI'd pay more than 6000 pounds for the lyrics!
  • Meredith from Mechanicsburg, Payes, john's voice is so sexy here..not rare at all!!! He's so DREAMY. haha. and yes, i agree paul's echoing is bittersweet because it reminds me of the "good old beatle days" such as when i watch the old movies (well, help and a hard day's night at least)
  • Linus from Hamilton, On, CanadaA classic early Beatles song.
  • Sylvia from London, England Oh, and John's voice is really, erm, cute and raspy in this song! This is rare for me to comment like this on John.
  • Sylvia from London, England I like this song a lot. I love the first part when John sings 'any time at all' then Paul echoes it. It reminds me of how good of friends they were then... Too bad in the end they sorta...left each other in the cold, broke up or something of the sort. :(
  • Lee from Clearwater, FlIts a simple song, but I like it.
  • Stefanie Magura from Rock Hill, ScOf course it sounds great loud. Especially with a good pair of head phones on
  • Laura from Santa Fe, NmMaybe Ain't no mountain was inspired by this. I love it!
  • Ben from Cheverly, MdI love this one. The solo's awesome.
  • Barry from New York, NcThis is a tune that sounds great LOUD!!! Crank it up.
  • Nessie from Sapporo, JapanBen, that's so true. Good one.
  • Kristen from Aurora, IlNo Comments?? Well this is a good song. It reminds me of You've Got a Friend with the line all you have to do is call and I'll be there. I like the echoing of John and Paul.
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