Talk:We Love You
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Relationship with "All You Need Is Love"
"We Love You" was recorded on June 12, 1967. "All You Need Is Love" was recorded and performed live on June 25, 1967 as part of the "Our World" special. There is no conceivable way, short of time travel, that "We Love You" can be a response or reaction to "All You Need Is Love". On the other hand, since Lennon and McCartney did backing vocals on "We Love You," it is possible that "All You Need Is Love" is a response or reaction to "We Love You", even though the latter was released weeks after the Beatles' effort. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 14:55, 16 April 2010 (UTC)
I find the final paragraph of this section to be quite confusing. After a bit of research, I think that what is meant is "A version of the song was played by Furthur (a band formed in 2009 by ex-Grateful Dead members Phil Lesh and Bob Weir) at the Oncenter War Memorial in Syracuse on November 11, 2011." Mikenlesley (talk) 14:50, 12 January 2014 (UTC)