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Brian Matthew: But despite the fact that the next request comes from Anton, 32
Perry Road, Sherwood, in Nottingham, it's headed "Up the Pool" and starts,
"Dear Wack!" So, John, you take it from there.
John: "Dear Wack! Please, ask thos gorgeous lads," ha, ha," called the Beatles
to sing 'You Really Got a Hold on Me' for Di, Gus, Wizz, and me, also for the
Beatles, themselves, especially Paul," ha, "and everybody that was in the Roy
Orbison Tour. I'm a regular listener of 'Pop Go the Beatles,'" good lad, "and,
please, tell the boys that all the girls in our office think it is a fab show.
Thank you."
Brian: All right, stop the band. Oh, that's splendid and now, what are you
gonna sing for us?
John: "You Really Got a Hold on Me...Mother."



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