"I Saw Her Standing There" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles credited to Paul It typified how Lennon and McCartney would later work in partnership, as McCartney subsequently reflected: "I had 'She was just seventeen ,' and.
The Beatles "I Saw Her Standing There": (1,2,3,4!) Well, she was just seventeen You know what I mean And the way she looked was way beyond.
Paul McCartney had originally written the song to say, "She was just seventeen/ Never been a beauty queen," but John Lennon thought it was too corny, like a.
I Saw Her Standing There Lyrics: 1, 2, 3, 4! / Well, she was just 17, if you know what I mean / And the way she looked was way beyond compare / So how could I .