PS I Love You - The Beatles

PS I Love You
(The Beatles)

PS I Love You
by The Beatles

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P.S. I Love You ” is a song recorded by English rock band the Beatles in 1962. It was composed principally by Paul McCartney[1] (credited to Lennon–McCartney), and produced by Ron Richards. The song was released in the UK on 5 October 1962 as the B-side of their debut single “Love Me Do” and is also included on their debut album Please Please Me (1963). It was later included on the American release Introducing The Beatles (1964), its reissue The Early Beatles (1965), and the Beatles compilation album Love Songs (1977).

Lyrics

P.S. I Love You

As I write this letter, send my love to you
Remember that I’ll always be in love with you
Treasure these few words ’til we’re together
Keep all my love forever
P.S. I love you, you, you, you

I’ll be coming home again to you, love
And ’til the day I do, love
P.S. I love you, you, you, you

As I write this letter, send my love to you
Remember that I’ll always be in love with you
Treasure these few words ’til we’re together
Keep all my love forever
P.S. I love you, you, you, you

As I write this letter (oh)
Send my love to you (you know I want you to)
Remember that I’ll always be in love with you

I’ll be coming home again to you, love
And ’til the day I do, love
P.S. I love you, you, you, you
You, you, you
I love you

Songwriters: John Lennon / Paul Mccartney