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  1. Explore releases from The Ascots at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from The Ascots at the Discogs Marketplace.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Oh My Little Darling: Folk Song Types on Discogs/5(4).
  3. "Oh! Darling" was one of the more accessible, pop-friendly songs on Abbey Road (though that was itself an immensely accessible, pop-friendly album), owing much to the late-'50s rock & roll and doo wop on which the Beatles had grown up. Though "Oh! Darling" is much like updated doo wop, it's not revivalist doo wop -- the melody is far more complex and unpredictable than the standard doo wop.
  4. American Releases. On October 1st, , the final recorded Beatles album was released in America, simply titled "Abbey Road." "Oh! Darling" was the fourth track on the album, making this the second of the two McCartney-penned songs on side one of the LP, this track immediately following Paul's "Maxwell's Silver Hammer."The album took only three weeks to jump into the top spot on the Billboard.
  5. Song facts. From Wikipedia: “Oh!Darling” is a song by the English rock band the Beatles, composed by Paul McCartney (credited to Lennon–McCartney), and appearing as the fourth song on the album Abbey nesssincsupultera.pingpalliridigarariccaconbale.co working title was “Oh!Darling (I’ll Never Do You No Harm)“.Although not issued as a single in either the United Kingdom or the United States, a regional subsidiary of.
  6. Feb 25,  · Great foot tapping up and dancing band, Oh My Darling performing at Winnipeg's Voyageur Festival, this their first appearance at the festival!. The .
  7. Alan Parsons, who was an engineer at the sessions, said in a Songfacts interview: "George would come in and work on something on his own, and then Paul would come and do "Oh! Darling." He would come in every day at 2 p.m. and sing 'Oh! Darling' a couple of times, and say, 'No, that's not it,' and then come in the next day and do it again.
  8. Oh! Darling Lyrics: Oh! Darling, please believe me / I'll never do you no harm / Believe me when I tell you / I'll never do you no harm / Oh! Darling, if you leave me / I'll never make it alone.

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