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Published on Apr 13, 2011
(c)1963 Words & Music by John Lennon & Paul McCartney Track 11 on album "Please Please Me" (1963) Arr. stagwolf ~~~~~~~~~ You´ll never know how much I really love you, you´ll never know how much I really care Listen.. do you want to know a secret, do you promise not to tell, woh-oh-oh Closer.. let me whisper in your ear, say the words you long to hear, I´m in love with you, woh-oh-oh Listen.. do you want to know a secret, do you promise not to tell, woh-oh-oh Closer.. let me whisper in your ear, say the words you long to hear, I´m in love with you, woh-oh-oh.. I´ve known a secret for a week or two nobody knows.. just we two.. Listen.. do you want to know a secret, do you promise not to tell, woh-oh-oh Closer.. let me whisper in your ear, say the words you long to hear I´m in love with you, woh-oh-oh.. woh-oh-oh.. listen.. do you want to know a secret? ~~~ John Lennon claimed this song came to him based on the tune "I'm Wishing" that his mother used to sing him from the Disney movie Snow White. In the beginning of the Disney song, Snow White is singing to the doves, "Wanna know a secret? Promise not to tell? We are standing by a wishing well." George Harrison sang lead. It's one of the few Beatles songs not sung by the person who wrote it. The Beatles were very close to a record deal, and John wanted to marry. Their manager Brian Epstein was very upset as he had been pitching the boys as 4 good-looking single chaps from England. John could not be talked out of the wedding so Brian made him a deal. As the 2 could not afford a honeymoon, and did not have a place of their own, he would let them use his flat for 2 weeks, with the promise that they not tell anyone they were married. In the flat on their honeymoon, for obvious reasons, John wrote "Listen, do you want to know a secret?" John has said that the secret in question wasn't necessarily that he was married, but that he finally realized he was actually in love. George Harrison said in Musician magazine that the musical inspiration for the song came from "I Really Love You" by the group The Stereos. Lennon said in interviews 1971 and 1980 that he wrote this song in time for his wedding in August 1962. Most Beatles tracks were credited to Lennon/McCartney, and while the band was together, they rarely discussed who actually wrote what songs, so it wasn't until after their break-up that Lennon revealed he was the composer of this song.