"From Me to You" is a original song by The Beatles. It has been released in various forms of media.
"From Me to You" composed principally by John Lennon and Paul McCartney. Lennon and McCartney began writing "From Me to You" while on a coach heading to Shrewsbury as part of the Beatles' tour with Helen Shapiro. The title was inspired by the name of the letters section of the New Musical Express, which they had been reading: "From You to Us". The recording on 5 March 1963 at Abbey Road Studios went without a hitch and on 11 April Parlophone released "From Me to You" in the UK as a single, with "Thank You Girl" on the B-side, catalogue number R5015. The idea of singing the song's opening lick—the "da da da da da dum dum da" part—was suggested by George Martin, the Beatles' producer.
- From Me to You (Single) - b/w "Thank You Girl"; 11 April 1963
- Twist and Shout (Album) - 3 February 1964
- A Collection of Beatles Oldies - 10 December 1966
- 1962-1966 - 2 April 1973
- Past Masters - 7 March 1988
- 1 - 13 November 2000
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