"Thank You Girl" is a original song by The Beatles. It has been released in various forms of media.
"Thank You Girl" written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney as a tribute to the band's many female fans. Originally titled "Thank You, Little Girl". The song was recorded in thirteen takes, the same number of takes needed to perfect "From Me To You". This recording session is also notable because it marks the first studio appearances of two Lennon/McCartney songs that would not be released until much later in the band's career: "One After 909" (later appearing on Let It Be (Album)) and "What Goes On" (later appearing on Rubber Soul, credited as Lennon/McCartney/Starkey to reflect Ringo's contribution to the lyrics). Although both songs were rehearsed, only "One After 909" was recorded, and even then the results were deemed unsatisfactory for release.
- B-side - From Me to You (Single); 11 April 1963
- The Beatles' Second Album - 10 April 1964
- Past Masters - 7 March 1988
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