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The Beatles Albums- B’esame Mucho

 

B’esame Mucho

Lyrics

B’esame Mucho

 

Bésame. Bésame mucho.beatles-george
Each time I bring you a kiss
I hear music divine.
So bésame. Bésame mucho,
I’ll love you forever
Say that you’ll always be mine.

Dearest one, if you should leave me
Then each little dream will take wings
And my life would be through.
Oh, Bésame. Bésame mucho,
Ooh I’ll love you forever,
Make all my dreams come true.

Ooh this joy is something new,
My arms are holding you,
I never knew this thrill before.
Who ever thought I’d be
Holding you close to me
Whispering “It’s you I adore.”

Yeah, so dearest one, if you should leave me
Then each little dream will take wings
And my life would be through.
Oh, so bésame. Bésame mucho,
Yeah, I’ll love you forever,
Make all my dreams come true.

Ooh this joy is something new,
My arms are holding you,
I never knew this thrill before.
Who ever thought I’d be
Holding you close to me
Whispering “it’s you I adore.”

Oh, so dearest one, if you should leave me,
then each little dream will take wings
and my life would be through.
Oh, so bésame. Bésame mucho,
And I’ll love you forever,
Make all my dreams come true.
Ooh, love me forever,
Make all my dreams come true.
Ooh, love me forever,
Make all my dreams come true.

 

Song History and Facts:

 

Released: 21 November 1995

Paul McCartney: vocals, bass
John Lennon: rhythm guitar
George Harrison: lead guitar
Pete Best: drums

Available on:
Anthology 1

The first song recorded at The Beatles’ EMI audition in June 1962, Besame Mucho was a part of the group’s live set during their Hamburg days.

The romantic ballad was written in 1940 by Mexican songwriter Consuelo Velázquez, and first recorded by Emilio Tuero. The title translates as ‘kiss me a lot’.

The words were translated by American composer and singer Sunny Skylar. It reached audiences worldwide from 1944, and became an international hit following its appearance in the film Follow The Boys.

The cost of records was high for budding musicians in the 1950s and early 60s, and The Beatles plundered the music collections of friends, relatives and associates wherever they could. The Coasters’ 1960 version of Besame Mucho fell into the hands of Paul McCartney, and quickly became a favourite. beatlesbible

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