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January 25, 2012

Badfinger - Day After Day (1971)

Coming together in the early ‘60s as The Iveys, this group was the most successful group to come out of The BeatlesApple Records, which they were signed to in 1968. They changed their name in 1969 and, as they became more popular, started to gather attention as The Beatles’ protégés. You can really hear McCartney’s songwriting in “Come and Get It,” which he gave to the group.

Written by member Pete Ham, this song is the group’s most well known hit. It was produced by George Harrison up until he departed to produce the Concert for Bangladesh, at which point production was handed over to Todd Rundgren. Harrison also contributed to the slide guitar portion of the song, along with Ham.

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Badfinger - Day After Day (1971)

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Lyrics:

I remember finding out about you
Everyday my mind is all around you
Looking out from my lonely room day after day
Bring it home, baby, make it soon
I give my love to you

I remember holding you while you sleep
Everyday I feel the tears that you weep
Looking out of my lonely gloom day after day
Bring it home, baby, make it soon
I give my love to you

Looking out of my lonely room day after day
Bring it home, baby, make it soon
I give my love to you

I remember finding out about you
Everyday my mind is all around you
Looking out of my lonely gloom day after day
Bring it home, baby, make it soon
I give my love to you

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