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  1. "You Know My Name (Look Up the Number)" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles originally released as the B-side of the single "Let It Be" on 20 March
  2. Feb 10,  · You know my name (Look up my number) -Lennon/McCartney This is a "classic" Beatles tune Intro G/D A D F#m G A D F#m G A G Bb+ You know my name, Bm E7 Look up the number G D Em You know my na YOU.
  3. i get more pleasure listening to You Know My Name(Look Up My Number) than any other beatles song. diana prescott [email protected] usa —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) , 7 February (UTC).
  4. You Know My Name (Look Up the Number) February 08, TikTok, a Vine-like app for making and sharing videos, has recently been getting the app-fad treatment. Real estate writer Sally Kuchar’s sentiment seems typical: “TikTok is so wholesome and wonderful and good.
  5. “You Know My Name (Look Up the Number)” is a song by the Beatles originally released as the B-side of the single “Let It Be” on 6 March Although first issued with their final single (penultimate single in the United States), it was recorded in four separate sessions beginning with three in May and June , and one in
  6. Structurally, ‘You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)’ consists of five separate parts. The first was the most conventional, consisting of the song’s title chanted by Lennon and McCartney, with a prominent piano backing. Part two, which was later edited out at Lennon’s behest, repeated the mantra to a .
  7. Lyrics. The Beatles You know my name Look up the number You know my name Look up the number You you know you know my name You you know you know my name Good evening and welcome to Slaggers Featuring Denis O'Bell Come on Ringo, let's hear it for Denis Good evening You know my name Look look look up the number You know my name That's right, look up the number You you know you know my name You.
  8. "You Know My Name (Look Up the Number)" is a song by the Beatles originally released as the B-side of the single "Let It Be" on 6 March Although first issued with their final single (penultimate single in the United States), it was recorded in four separate sessions beginning with three in May and June , and one in A-side: "Let It Be".
  9. Aug 31,  · As previously mentioned, “You Know My Name (Look Up the Number)” consists of five parts: the straightforward rock section, the ska-influenced section (later edited out at Lennon’s request, but restored for the Anthology project), the “hotel lounge” or cabaret section featuring “Dennis O’Bell” (Lewisohn calls it a “seedy.

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