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The Beatles Alubms- I’ll Be On My Way

 

Lyrics

I’ll Be on MY Way

The sun is fading away
That’s the end of the day
As the June light turns to moonlight
I’ll be on my wayJust one kiss and I’ll go
Don’t hide the tears that don’t show
As the June light turns to moonlight
I’ll be on my way

To where the winds don’t blow
And golden rivers flow
This way will I go

They were right, I was wrong
True love didn’t last long
As the June light turns to moonlight
I’ll be on my way, hey
To where the winds don’t blow
And golden rivers flow
This way will I go

They were right, I was wrong
True love didn’t last long
As the June light turns to moonlight
I’ll be on my way, hey

I’ll be on my way, oh, oh
I’ll be on my way, oh, oh
I’ll be on my way

Song History and Facts:

Written by: Lennon-McCartney
Recorded: 4 April 1963
Producer: Bryant Marriott

Released: 30 November 1994 (UK), 5 December 1994 (US)

John Lennon: vocals, acoustic guitar
Paul McCartney: harmony vocals, bass
George Harrison: lead guitar
Ringo Starr: drums

Available on:
Live At The BBC

Later given to Billy J Kramer and the Dakotas, this early Lennon-McCartney song was recorded by The Beatles just once, during a 1963 radio session.

Clearly inspired by Buddy Holly, I’ll Be On My Way was an early Lennon-McCartney collaboration. Believed to date from around 1961, the song’s touchingly naive lyrics rhyme “June light” with “moonlight”, and speaks of a place “where the winds don’t blow and golden rivers flow”.

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