The Beatles - I'm Looking Through You (2009 Stereo Remaster)

The Beatles - I'm Looking Through You (2009 Stereo Remaster)
"I'm Looking Through You" is a Lennon/McCartney song, written mainly by Paul McCartney, that first appeared on The Beatles' 1965 album Rubber Soul.

It was written about Jane Asher, McCartney's girlfriend of five years,[1] "You don't look different, but you have changed," the lyrics declare, reflecting his dissatisfaction with their relationship.

The Beatles recorded three versions of the song in October and November 1965. The original version recorded on 24 October was slower than the released version, had a significantly different rhythm, and lacked the "Why, tell me why..." middle eight of the final version.[2][3] It was eventually released in 1996 on the Anthology 2 compilation.[4] The final version was recorded on 10 November with overdubs on 11 November and is the version included on Rubber Soul.[5]

The stereo US version of the song contains a false guitar start.

At 1:18 on the remastered mono version, feedback can be heard.

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