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Paul McCartney - Please Please Me

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Published on Nov 22, 2006

The last song from Paul's DVD ''The Space Within Us''. Really good version

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Robert Sunderland
To be honest, I teared up watching this. I remember my mom and dad taking me to the Boomer Theater in my home town of Norman, Oklahoma, to see "It's Been A Hard Days Night" back in about 1963-64. My mom and dad are both deceased now, but the memory of that night, the Fab 4, and being with my mom and dad will live in my mind forever. For all of us aging Baby Boomers, we grew up in a magical time!!!!!!
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Per Normann
John is probably looking down, with a smile on his face.
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Ângela Balzan
Como não amar essa lenda viva do rock? Minha nossa, fiquei arrepiada da cabeça aos pés, Paul é simplesmente perfeito 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏
Max Power
Whoa, yeah, why do you make me poo?
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joshua serafini
I would give anything to see Paul play live.
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DaveTheUseless
This is amazing
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Doug Celeste
May have been the BEST live version of this song that I have ever heard!!!!!
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Brian Jonestone
Hearing this gives me a very poignant feeling, causing my eyes to mist. It defines the days of my youth, the sheer exuberance of it.
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Aaron Anderson
if you don't know, I"ll fill you in on why those middle aged women and men are crying. Songs like this bring back so vividly what they will never experience again...their best years of life. That's what a song can do...bring you face to face with your best memories. A place you can never repeat. And that is an emotional punch in the face when the creator of that favorite song, the one who sang on the radio when you were growing up...that musician plays your life's background music right there in front of you. It's like meeting your first love again, after so many years apart. You'll never know what I'm talking about until you reach middle age and realize that your very best years are behind you.
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punda milia
They really nailed that one.
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