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   All My Loving
by John T. Marck



All My Loving

Indeed the most commercially successful song recorded in 1963 that was never issued as a single. This was written by Paul as a direct result of and to his love interest at the time, Jane Asher. On April 18, 1963, The Beatles gave a concert at the Royal Albert Hall in London, and Jane was in the audience. It would be the first time she had seen The Beatles. At this time, she was only 17, but was an accomplished actress. She had been sent to the concert as "Britain's best-known teenage girl," by the BBC magazine Radio Times, as she had been a regular with the BBC as a guest on a show titled "Juke Box Jury." It would be her job to review the concert, and later said, "Now these I can scream for." After the concert she was invited back to the Royal Court Hotel in Chelsea where The Beatles were staying. Here she meet The Beatles, and especially Paul, with whom she spent many hours in conversation. A short time later they began dating, and by year's end, 1963, Paul had moved into a room at the Asher's house on Wimpole Street. It would be through this relationship with Jane that her brother Peter also met Paul. Peter was that of Peter and Gordon fame, and recorded several songs written for him by Paul. This version was recorded on July 30, 1963.

Close your eyes and I'll kiss you,

tomorrow I'll miss you,

remember I'll always be true

and then while I'm away,

I'll write home everyday,

and I'll send all my loving to you

I'll pretend that I'm kissing,

the lips I am missing,

and hope that my dreams will come true,

and then while I'm away

I'll write home everyday,

and I'll send all my loving to you

all my loving,

I will send to you,

all my loving,

darling I'll be true

close your eyes and I'll kiss you,

tomorrow I'll miss you,

remember I'll always be true

and then while I'm away,

I'll write home everyday,

and I'll send all my loving to you

all my loving,

I will send to you,

all my loving,

darling I'll be true

all my loving,

all my loving, woo,

all my loving,

I will send to you

NOTE: All lyrics contained herein are ©Copyright Northern Songs. All Rights Reserved. International Copyright Secured. The lyrics contained herein are for the sole use of educational reference for the readers of this article. All other uses are in violation of international copyright laws. This use for educational reference, falls under the "fair use" sections of U.S. copyright law. Copyright © John T. Marck. All Rights Reserved. This article and their accompanying pictures, photographs, and line art, may not be resold, reprinted, or redistributed for compensation of any kind without prior written permission from the author, or the registered copyright holders. Except as otherwise stated above, all information contained in this article, EXCEPT song titles, lyrics, and photographs © John T. Marck.

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