- Timeline This song has been written (or started being written) in 1960 (Paul McCartney was 18 years old)
This song has been recorded during the following studio sessions
Circa July 1960
Other songs from the 1960 Braun Tape
June 1997 • From Record Collector
Jul 08, 1997 • From The Today Show (NBC)
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“Some Days” is just a guess at the song title for this acoustic guitar demo that is possibly an early McCartney composition. Unlike some of the relatively uninspired instrumental ramblings elsewhere on this collection, the Beatles here are a more confident rock’n’roll group. While the song is somewhat simple, it is still basically very catchy and displays McCartney’s innate sense of melodic lines.
From Early Beatles Songs:
This song turns up on the 1960 tapes, but apparently nowhere else. A not unattractive little rock number, it is clearly McCartney’s work, and he takes lead vocals. The song (all 1:30 of it) has been worked out and structured with a guitar solo, and the lyric is complete (if simplistic). If McCartney had wanted to, he could have developed it into a decent song. (The title, incidentally, is presumed from the words.)
Last updated on March 2, 2019
Unofficial album • Released in 2002
1:39 • Demo
Paul McCartney has never played this song in concert.