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Question by crommack
Submitted on 10/11/2003
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what song  did  the  Beatles give  to the  rolling stones  that gave them their  first hit song

Answer by Landoo
Submitted on 11/25/2003
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I Wanna Be Your Man


Answer by Russtti
Submitted on 4/17/2004
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The Beatles song given to Mick and the boys was "I Wanna Be Your Man", their 2nd single release, which peaked at #11 in Britain in January 1964.

The flip side was mainly an instrumental cut
entitled "Stoned" {Decca, F 11845}.

Incidentally, both Paul McCartney and John Lennon can be heard on backup vocals on the 1967 hit single, "We Love You".

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Answer by Shannon Bolden
Submitted on 4/10/2006
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Lennon and McCartney can also be found on 'Dandelion'.  I also believe that they received partial song writting credit for 'We Love You' and 'Dandelion'.  The songs go together.... The last part of 'Dandelion' is the beginning of 'We Love You' when the piano begins to play....


Answer by JEH
Submitted on 8/3/2006
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Pretty much, this shows that Stones needed the Beatles, a lot.  Without them, their ideas and way of life could have been very controversial.


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