Send my love to you
Remember that I'll always
Be in love with you
Lennon’s contribution to the song was minimal, and it is estimated that it was composed at some point in 1962 during the band’s early trips to Hamburg and the Starr Club:
That’s Paul’s song. He was trying to write a Soldier Boy like the Shirelles. He wrote that in Germany or when we were going to and from Hamburg. I might have contributed something. I can’t remember anything in particular. It was mainly his song. — Lennon
“Soldier Boy” refers to the Shirelles 1962 number one hit, the lolloping beat of which certainly could be heard as a direct influence.
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