The Beatles -- ‘I'm Looking Through You’

I’m Looking Through You (2.27)

Paul McCartney: Double-tracked lead vocal, acoustic guitar, bass guitar; John Lennon: Harmony vocal, acoustic guitar; George Harrison: Lead guitar; Ringo Starr: Hammond organ, drums, tambourine;

This came about because Paul got annoyed with his missus moving to Bristol. “I knew it was selfish,’ he said. ‘It caused a few rows. Jane went off and I said, ‘Okay then. Leave. I’ll find someone else. But it was shattering to be without her.”

“As is one’s wont in relationships, you will from time to time argue and not see eye to eye on things, and a couple of the songs around this period were that kind of thing. This one I particularly remember as me being disillusioned over her commitment.”

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