The song was recorded by the Beatles on 31 January 1969. Its title was used for the film Two of Us, which depicts a fictionalized version of a 1976 reunion between McCartney and Lennon Naked (2003).
Two of Us. The Beatles. Produced by Phil Spector. Album Let It Be. Two of Us Lyrics. I Dig a Pygmy by Charles Hawtrey and the Deaf Aids Phase one, in which Doris gets her oats. Two of us riding nowhere, spending someone's Hard earned pay You and me Sunday driving, not arriving On our way back home. We're on our way home We're on our way home We're going home. Two of us sending postcards, writing letters On my wall You and me burning matches, lifting latches On our way back home. Written by: Lennon-McCartney Recorded: 24, 25, 31 January 1969 Producer: George Martin Engineer: Glyn Johns. Released: 8 May 1970 (UK), 18 May 1970 (US). Paul McCartney: vocals, acoustic guitar, whistling John Lennon: vocals, acoustic guitar, whistling George Harrison: lead guitar Ringo Starr: drums Naked. The opening song on The Beatles' final album, Two Of Us was written by Paul McCartney about his fondness for getting deliberately lost in the country with his future wife Linda.
The label put together Beatles VI with the remaining six songs from Beatles for Sale and got a jump on things by filling it out with two cuts from Help! (which wouldn't be out for another few months in the . and a B-side from the Help! sessions, "Yes It I. On top of that, Beatles VI included two Larry Willams covers – "Bad Boy" and "Dizzy Miss Lizzie" – recorded specifically for the . Bad Boy" did not get a . release until a 1966 Christmas compilation.
Lennon and McCartney sang the song as a duet. It was written for Linda Eastman, McCartney's soon to be wife, though it sounds at times as if it is addressing Lennon, whose relationship with McCartney was tense at that time. Two of Us" was originally a hard rock song. In the Let It Be film, McCartney and Lennon sing the song "rocker" style into the same microphone.
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The Beatles' Second Album" was my first real record album (records having to do with television shows like "Mr. Ed" and "Top Cat" do not count). Those two songs define this album, which offers a mix of rock & roll with rhythm & blue, and original songs as well as covers. Actually, there are only five Lennon & McCartney tunes on the album, but except for "I Call Your Name" (written by John back in the Quarry Men days), they were all songs really co-written by the pair. Those of us who had the original vinyl album will be most inspired to do this, but even those of you born after 1964 might be curious to hear the album you would have been listening to if you had been around way back when.