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John Lennon author exposes Beatles history glitch
BEATLES NEWS EXCLUSIVE
Popular Beatles expert and John Lennon historical novel author, Jude Southerland Kessler, has discovered the truth behind the writing of the song She Loves You.
Kessler has spent over 20 years of her life researching the Beatles and John Lennon in order to write her nine book series on the life of John Lennon. Her thorough search for the truth required her to make 7 trips to Liverpool. Now it seems all her hard work has paid off in a new revelation about a long held belief about the writing and recording of the song She Loves You.
Original UK issue of She Loves You
The long held belief that the song was written in a miraculous fashion on one magical night has now been debunked by Ms. Kessler. In a new essay now featured on the prestigious Beatles web site The Internet Beatles Album, Kessler has set the record straight that it took the Fab Four weeks to write She Loves You.
Jude says, "She Loves You was not written as researchers have always claimed, it was written over a four-week period. The research took weeks, but I have proof that the song was not 'hastily scribbled in a hotel room in Newcastle-upon-Tyne'."
Referencing almost a dozen sources and quoting John Lennon and Paul McCartney, Ms. Kessler's piece illustrates a complete and accurate timeline of the events that led to the creation of the song that defined the Beatles in the early 60's.
You can read the complete essay here on The Internet Beatles Album.
Published August 2, 2011