Beatles: Ask Me Why Meaning
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Song Released: 1962
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Ask Me Why Lyrics
And it's true that it really only goes to show,
That I know,
That I, I, I, I should never, never, never be blue.
Now you're mine, my happiness still makes me cry.
And in time, you'll...
I groove with "anonymous" on this one. Remember, John had been abandoned by his father and, for all practical purposes, his mother. He was raised by his mom's sister, "Aunt Mimi." Deep inside, he had a profound need to love and be loved. When he met Cynthia, he thought he had found this. When he met Yoko, hoo boy, he r-e-a-l-l-y believed he had found it!
anonymous Feb 17th, 2010 2:34pm report
This song was written by John in the early days. He was in love with Cynthia back then and proud to be in love with someone for the first time.
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