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Written by: Brian Wilson/Tony Asher
Produced by: Brian Wilson
Recording date: 10 March 1966. Vocals added 25 March 1966
Take Number: 20 (11&20 edited together for master)
Master Number: #55680
Lead Vocal by: Mike
Originally appeared on: Pet Sounds
Subsequently appeared on:
Music track recorded at Sunset Sound
This song is probably closest in feel to "Good Vibrations"; as with much of Pet Sounds, it deals with insecurity within relationships.
Another "Pet Sounds" track with incredible tempo changes
1:15 Mike starts singing the chorus too soon."She made me feel" and then someone else says something to make Mike stop
1:27 Something metallic is dropped at the point: "She made my heart feel sad. Sh(drop)e made my days go wrong..." of the second chorus. Barely audible on the Capitol CD (sounds like an quiet edit on Capitol CD), clearly audible on the DCC CD
1:46 Brian says "Top" as soon as the second chorus ends to rewind the tapes and start the take over
1:52 Someone says something supposedly about cameras
1:56 Someone else replies to the person at 1:52
2:03 Brian says "Top please" probably because he realizes the tape is still rolling after all these noises
B-side with: Darlin'
Released on: 18 December 1967
Reached: did not chart
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