Oh My Love
|"Oh My Love"|
|Song by John Lennon from the album Imagine|
|Released||9 September 1971|
|Recorded||23 June–5 July 1971|
|Genre||Folk rock, pop rock, symphonic rock|
|Writer||John Lennon/Yoko Ono|
|Producer||John Lennon, Yoko Ono, and Phil Spector|
"Oh My Love" was also released on|Lennon's album Wonsaponatime in 1998, and also on the album The U.S. vs. John Lennon in 2006. It is track number 7 on Wonsaponatime and track number 20 on The U.S. vs. John Lennon.
The song was originally written and demoed in 1968 after sessions for the album The Beatles. This demo was released on many Beatles bootleg albums.
The song has been recorded by numerous artists, including The Bells, Cilla Black, Jackson Browne, Yoshida Brothers, Susheela Raman, Raimundo Fagner, The Jangles, The Wackers, Yellowcard, Morgan Fisher, Martin Gore, Fredo Viola  and Jacky Terrasson with Cécile McLorin. A cover version by The Lettermen became a minor hit, peaking at #58 on the Japanese singles chart in 1972.
In popular media
The song has also been used in a couple of films, namely Little Darlings and several times throughout the film Heartbreakers. The song is on the first season soundtrack to the television show Gilmore Girls.
- John Lennon: vocals, piano
- George Harrison: electric guitar
- Nicky Hopkins: RMI Electra Piano
- Klaus Voormann: bass
- Alan White: Tibetan cymbals
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