P.S. I love you
You, you, you
The direct nature of the lyrics meant this song became a personal favourite of female Beatles fans, and P.S. I Love You was a live staple in the Cavern Club era.
Directly addressing the listener was a technique used in countless early Beatles songs, and a deliberate tactic. When they deliberately moved away from this style, it produced their biggest hit, She Loves You.
It wasn’t us any more, it was moving off the ‘I love you, girl’ or ‘Love me do’. — McCartney
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