Talk:Thank You Girl
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Separate sections by Lennon and McCartney 
The paragraph about the composition of this song makes several claims that I take issue with, at least until persuasive evidence is presented. First of all, I've never heard any story - nor is any reference provided - that different parts of this song were composed by the individual writers. Second, it refers to the verses being written by one (which one?) and the chorus by the other (which one?), but what about the bridge? If anything, there's a different "feel" between the verse/chorus and the bridge, but that doesn't persuade me. Third, the notion that the distinction between the two writing styles is evident is decidedly NPOV. I'm going to give this a couple of weeks, and if no one else addresses this or persuades me I'm wrong (which anyone is more than welcome to do), I'm going to delete or radically alter that section. MicroProf 21:14, 29 September 2007 (UTC)
Fair use rationale for Image:FromMetoYou522.jpg 
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Objection to "Personnel per" 
I recall "per" meaning "through, along or over" from my Latin days. Anyway, the expression "Personnel per" on this page and on the "From Me To You" page, does not sit right with me. It intrudes into the Personnel section, it's pretentious and possibly just wrong. I suggest replacing it with "(source: xxx)" plus the numbered link to reference. If someone agrees, please change it (I won't based on my opinion alone, because I'm an idiot, but two idiots could be quorate). Love, Fido x — Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 15:53, 15 April 2012 (UTC)