Sir George Martin wants the credit notes changed on one of the Beatles biggest hits - to reflect his contributions. The producer and composer is unhappy that 41 years after its release on the band's "Help!" album, his name is still not included - even though he wrote all the string arrangements for the hit single. "We didn't know what to do with it. It was such a soppy tune, so I went away and wrote a score for a string quartet to go with it," he says. "Two days later I was rehearsing it and Paul McCartney walked in. He'd never seen a score before, and he said, 'It hasn't got my name on it.' So I handed him a pencil and he signed it. "He wrote John Lennon's name too - although he had nothing to do with it - and added Esquire to mine." According to biographers, the track - which sits in the Guinness Book Of Records as the most covered song in history - came to McCartney in a dream one night.
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