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8 thoughts on “ Devil In Her Heart

  1. She's got the devil in her heart. But her eyes they tantalise. She's gonna tear your heart apart. Oh, her lips, they really thrill me. (Aaaa) I'll take my chances. For romance is (aaaa) So important to me (aaah) (Aaaa).
  2. タイトルは「 Devil in Her Heart 」。 及びアメリカで 年 に発売された『 ザ・ビートルズ・セカンド・アルバム 』の4曲目に収録された。 日本語の歌謡曲では異性の立場に立った楽曲を歌うことは珍しくないが、英語圏では性別を違えて歌うことはほとんど.
  3. Devil in Her Heart (a gender-flip cover of "Devil in His Heart" by The Donays) is a song by The Beatles. It is the fifth song on side two of The Beatles' Second UK LP, " With The Beatles ". It was composed by Richard P. Drapkin.
  4. Devil In Her Heart Letra: She's got the devil in her heart, But her eyes they tantalize, She's gonna tear your heart apart, Oh her lips are really thrilling. I'll take my chances, For romance is, So important to me, She'll never hurt me, She won't.
  5. She's got the devil in her heart oh no no no no this I can't believe She's gonna tear your heart apart No no nay will she deceive. She's got the devil in her heart No she's an angel sent to me She's got the devil in her heart No she's an angel sent to me. Am,D7,G,C,Cm,G7,A7,D+ Chords.
  6. She's got the devil in her heart Oh, no, no, no, no, this I can't believe She's gonna tear your heart apart No, no, nay, will she deceive She's got the devil in her heart No, she's an angel sent to me She's got the devil in her heart No, she's an angel sent to me Writer/s: Richard .
  7. Jun 19,  · Devil In Her Heart and Barrett Strong’s Money were records that we’d picked up and played in the shop and thought were interesting.” George Harrison Anthology. Recording Studio. The Beatles began recording “Devil In Her Heart” on the 18th July, , in Studio Two of the EMI Studios, London, during the pmpm session.
  8. ‘Devil In Her Heart’ was the final girl group song recorded by The Beatles. Their own songwriting matured soon after, and the A Hard Day’s Night album would contain only Lennon-McCartney originals. From then on, when The Beatles covered songs written by others, they tended to be rock ‘n’ roll favourites from their live shows.

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