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The Beatles Albums- Any Time at All

Anytime At All

Any Time at All” is track #36 on the album The Capitol Albums Vol. 1. It was written by Lennon, John Winston / Mccartney, Paul James.

Any Time at All

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 there

Songwriters
LENNON, JOHN WINSTON / MCCARTNEY, PAUL JAMES

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Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

Song History
Although there is no verification of a timeline, it is easy to estimate that “Any Time At All” was written sometime in May of 1964.  John and his wife Cynthia, along with George Harrison and his new girlfriend Pattie Boyd (whom he just met on the set of “A Hard Day’s Night”) spent nearly this entire month on vacation in Tahiti.  Since the song first materialized in the recording studio on June 2nd, and there was no evidence of the song existing before that time, it can be assumed that John fleshed it out during this trip.  After all, pictures exist of him playing an acoustic guitar on this vacation.  I’m convinced, anyway. beatlesebooks

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