o, girls

ну, да, o girls … песенка была выпущена мелодией.. в каком году то?

в 1967, ну да 50 лет как… музыка и слова – народные ггг

“Girl” is a song written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney based on an
original idea by Lennon and performed by the Beatles on their 1965 album
Rubber Soul. “Girl” was the last complete song recorded for that album.

“Girl”
was probably one of the most melancholy and complex of their earlier
love songs. The songs instrumental has specific comparisons to Greek
music; similar to “And I Love Her” and “Michelle“.

According to
McCartney, he contributed the lines “Was she told when she was young
that pain would lead to pleasure” and “That a man must break his back to
earn his day of leisure.” However, in a 1970 interview with Rolling
Stone, Lennon claimed that he came up with these lines as a comment on
Christianity which he was “opposed to at the time”. He explained: “I was
just talking about Christianity in that – a thing like you have to be
tortured to attain heaven. […] – be tortured and then it’ll be
alright, which seems to be a bit true but not in their concept of it.
But I didn’t believe in that, that you have to be tortured to attain
anything, it just so happens that you were.”

In November 1977,
Capitol Records scheduled the United States release of “Girl” backed
with “You’re Going to Lose That Girl” as a single (Capitol 4506) to
accompany the release of Love Songs, a Beatles’ compilation album that
contains both of these songs. However, the single was cancelled before
it was issued.