Paperback Writer the Beatles HQ

The Beatles
Paperback Writer
Alternate Promo
Take 3

Recorded: 19th May 1966

NOTE: THE AUDIO IS THE ORIGINAL FROM THE FILM

B&W Intertel Promo
EMI Studio 1
Abbey Road


The Beatles - Paperback Writer


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Paperback writer
Dear Sir or Madam will you read my book
It took me years to write, will you take a look
Based on a novel by a man named Lear
And I need a job so I want to be a
Paperback writer
Paperback writer
It's the dirty story of a dirty man
And his clinging wife doesn't understand
His son is working for the Daily Mail
It's a steady job but he wants to be a
Paperback writer
Paperback writer
Paperback writer
It's a thousand pages, give or take a few
I'll be writing more in a week or two
I can make it longer if you like the style
I can change it round and I want to be a paperback writer
Paperback writer
If you really like it you can have the rights
It could make a million for you overnight
If you must return it, you can send it here
But I need a break and I want to be a
Paperback writer
Paperback writer.

"Paperback Writer" es un canción compuesta por Paul McCartney y John Lennon, pero escrita en su mayor parte por McCartney, publicada como sencillo por The Beatles en 1966, lanzado como cara A junto al sencillo Rain. Llegó al número uno en Gran Bretaña, Estados Unidos, República Federal de Alemania, Australia y Noruega. En el Reino Unido era el primer sencillo lanzado por los Beatles que no hablaba de un tema amoroso. Para los Estados Unidos era el segundo, ya que meses antes se había lanzado el sencillo "No

Paperback Writer" is a 1966 rock song recorded and released by The Beatles. Credited to Lennon/McCartney, the song was released as the A-side of their eleventh single. The single went to the number one spot in the United States, United Kingdom, West Germany, Australia, New Zealand and Norway. Written in the form of a letter from an aspiring author to a publisher, "Paperback Writer" was the first UK Beatles single that was not a love song (though "Nowhere Man", which was a single in the U.S., was their first