The Beatles — In My Life
Album: Rubber Soul
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Released: 1965-12-03
Length: 2:22
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There are places I remember
All my life, though some have changed
Some forever, not for better
Some have gone and some remain
All these places had their moments
With lovers and friends I still can recall
Some are dead and some are living
In my life I've loved them all

But of all these friends and lovers
There is no-one compares with you (ooh-ooh-ooh)
And these memories lose their meaning
When I think of love as something new (ooh-ooh-ooh)
Though I know I'll never lose affection
For people and things that went before
I know I'll often stop and think about them
In my life I love you more

Though I know I'll never lose affection
For people and things that went before
I know I'll often stop and think about them
In my life I love you more

In my life I love you more
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 Elroweho wrote:
This is one of 3 songs played by live musicians at my wedding over 26 years ago! So needless to say a very special song to me and my wife!

 
26 years ago my wife and I were wed as well and this song was our first dance. Together we hear it randomly either on RadioParadise or elsewhere (on rare occasions I listen to other sources) about every six months creating special random moments. Earlier this year my daughter surprised us by dedicating her rendition of this song to us in a public performance. Not a dry eye in the house. My wife seated next to me wept but remarkably was still able to provide physical support in my moment of need.{#Cry}{#Clap}{#Heartkiss}


 Dazzerb wrote:
this is just awful music.  

 
on second listening, you are correct  i predict these guys will never do anything of real note or ever influence anyone in anyway  i mean, just look at their ridiculous hair styles
 Dazzerb wrote:
this is just awful music.  

 
More than an earful, you said? 
It's only a classic.
We're sorry the time taxi forgot to pick you up. 
 
this is just godlike music
this is just awful music.  
 CoYoT51 wrote:
 

Couldn't be said better.

That is why we all listen to RP right?

 


 Dinges,_the_Dude wrote:
In de '70s we went on holidays to France. In our car we already had a cassetteplayer but we forgot to take our cassettes with us, so we only had 1 cassette: I was still a little child and I heard The Beatles so often that I thought they were French. Still now this song makes me think of that vacation... {#Smile}

 
All that was missing was the French accents {#Cheesygrin}
 tulfan wrote:

When choosing Beatles songs, this is rarely a choice but it is always satisfying when heard. 


Couldn't be said better.
10 + 10 + 10…..you know what I mean!!!

When choosing Beatles songs, this is rarely a choice but it is always satisfying when heard.


Everybody in my homeless camp loves this profound and beautiful song, and this entire album...
In de '70s we went on holidays to France. In our car we already had a cassetteplayer but we forgot to take our cassettes with us, so we only had 1 cassette: I was still a little child and I heard The Beatles so often that I thought they were French. Still now this song makes me think of that vacation... {#Smile}
 sirdroseph wrote:


I have never said a band the caliber of The Beatles was overrated whether I like them or not. Maybe someone like Pearl Jam, but that would mean you were equating PJ with The Beatles something that I would not recommend.

 
Look at you get all high and mighty standing on principle now!

What about Smashing Pumpkins?  Beatles were over-rated.  That does not mean they weren't a great band, it just means a bunch of delusional followers have closed their ears and minds to all reason and blow it all way out of proportion.  
My favorite Beatles song. 
 rdo wrote:

Sid, you're kidding, right?  The guy took a page out of your book.  Give it a rest.  {#Beat} {#Lol}

 

I have never said a band the caliber of The Beatles was overrated whether I like them or not. Maybe someone like Pearl Jam, but that would mean you were equating PJ with The Beatles something that I would not recommend.
Pretty sure I still love this song and album.
 hencini wrote:
Johnny Cash's cover of this is stunning.

 
Johnny Cash sucks.  {#Ass}  His bad singing and lyrics didn't get any better just because he's dead.
George Martin was the quiet genius behind this.
Wow, how they really could SING! Their ability to get an orchestra's worth of sound into every song was perhaps unmatched. Endorphins!