A rock version of the Motown classic "Baby It's You". The biggest difference is that you'll notice that it's a straight 4/4 beat which rocks this song up considerably. John Lennon takes the lead on the Beatles version which is lovely.
This record was made early in their careers and is crisp, and clean. The back ups of Paul and George are distinct and add much to the single. How else can I describe this ditty? It's a Beatles song that most won't recognize because it never made it on an American album (major label). There are several smaller labels, most notable Vee Jay that recycled about 12 of these obscure hits over and over. Examples are Anna, Chains, Baby It's You and a couple of others.
This song is a strong ballad that is worth a serious listen to if you're a pop rock fan. The Beatles here are in between their transition from rockers to more art rock, with some folk thrown in.