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Nobodys Child - The Beatles - The Beatles (CD)

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  1. Arashizuru says:
    "Little Child" is a song by the English rock group the Beatles from their UK album With the Beatles. It was written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney for Ringo Starr, but Starr was instead given "I Wanna Be Your Man" as his album song.
  2. Jular says:
    The Traveling Wilburys version of "Nobody's Child" was the first track on the benefit album Nobody's Child: Romanian Angel Appeal, released on July 24, Wilbury member George Harrison had also appeared on the Beatles/Tony Sheridan version. Other members of the Traveling Wilburys on this track were Bob Dylan, Jeff Lynne, and Tom Petty.
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  4. Gardashakar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Beatles on Discogs.4/5(2).
  5. Aranris says:
    Jun 17,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Nowhere Man (Remastered ) · The Beatles Rubber Soul ℗ Calderstone Productions Limited (a division of Un.
  6. Zoloran says:
    the beatles complete songbook 2 index introduction 9 please please me 10 i saw her standing there 10 misery 12 anna (go with him) 12 chains 13 boys 14 ask me why 15 please please me 17 love me do 19 p.s., i love you 20 baby it’s you 21 do you want to know a secret 21 a taste of honey 23 there’s a place 23 twist and shout 25 with the beatles 27 it won’t be long
  7. Zumuro says:
    1 day ago · The Beatles: George Harrison throwback shows star working on album [INSIGHT] Related articles. The song was released when Jackson was just a child.
  8. Dicage says:
    ‘Nobody’s Child’ was first released in Germany in April on the Polydor album The Beatles’ First, which collated a number of the group’s studio recordings from Hamburg. It first appeared in the US on 6 July as the b-side of the Atco single ‘Ain’t She Sweet’ (ATCO ). It featured new drums overdubbed by Bernard Purdie.

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