The Beatles -- ‘That Means A Lot’

Take 1 That Means A Lot (2.27)

Paul McCartney: Lead vocal, bass guitar, piano; John Lennon: Backing vocal, rhythm guitar, maracas; George Harrison: Backing vocal, lead guitar, maracas; Ringo Starr: Drums;

Apparently this didn’t mean a lot, because it was left to rot in the stores for thirty years. “We wrote it for the film but we found that we just couldn’t sing it,” said John. “In fact, we made a complete hash of it, and we thought we’d better give it to someone who could do it well.” The lucky recipent turned out to be P.J. Proby.

The Beatles’ early attempt can be heard on ‘Anthology 2’.

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