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      The following songs are copyright owned by these two companies 

      PLEASE PLEASE ME  (McCartney/Lennon)

      ASK ME WHY (McCartney/Lennon)

      LOVE ME DO (McCartney/Lennon)

      P.S. I LOVE YOU (McCartney/Lennon)

      DO YOU WANT TO KNOW A SECRET (McCartney/Lennon)

      I’LL BE ON MY WAY (McCartney/Lennon)

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        THE FOLLOWING SONG IS COPYRIGHTED BY THESE TWO COMPANIES:

        I CALL YOUR NAME (Lennon/McCartney)

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          THE FOLLOWING SONGS ARE COPYRIGHTED BY THESE TWO COMPANIES:

          TIP OF MY TONGUE (Lennon/McCartney) made famous by TOMMY QUICKLEY

          I'LL GET YOU (Lennon/McCartney) 

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            THE FOLLOWING SONGS ARE COPYRIGHTED BY THESE TWO COMPANIES

            HELLO LITTLE GIRL (Lennon/McCartney)

            THANK YOU GIRL (Lennon/McCartney)

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              no wonder why they had legal problems

               

              2 companies owning a share of a song

                THE FOLLOWING SONG IS COPYRIGHTED BY THESE TWO COMPANIES

                LOVE OF THE LOVED (Lennon/McCartney) recorded by Cilla Black

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                  The following songs are copyright owned by these two companies and composed by Lennon and McCartney

                  ALL I'VE GOT TO DO

                  ALL MY LOVIN

                  BAD TO ME

                  FROM ME TO YOU

                  HOLD ME TIGHT

                  I SAW HER STANDING THERE 

                  I WANNA BE YOUR MAN

                  I'LL KEEP YOU SATISFIED 

                  I'M IN LOVE

                  IT WON'T BE LONG

                  LITTLE CHILD

                  MISERY

                  NOT A SECOND TIME

                  SHE LOVES YOU

                  THIS BOY

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                    The following song is copyright owned by these two companies and composed by Lennon and McCartney

                    I WANT TO HOLD YOUR HAND

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                      The following song is copyright owned by these two companies and composed by Lennon and McCartney

                      THERE'S A PLACE

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                      The album "Please Please Me" is completed in the McCartney/Lennon songs including MPL half ownership of "Twist and Shout"--the Bert Russell Berns songs.

                        jimmix wrote:

                        The following song is copyright owned by these two companies and composed by Lennon and McCartney

                        THERE'S A PLACE

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                        The album "Please Please Me" is completed in the McCartney/Lennon songs including MPL half ownership of "Twist and Shout"--the Bert Russell Berns songs.

                        Also The album "With The Beatles" is completed in the Lennon/McCartney songs including MPL ownership of "Till There Was You"--the Meridith Wilson songs.  "Don't Bother Me" was composed by George Harrison

                          Nice. The 1976 law. I see MPL is quickly updating it accordingly https://www.mplcommunications.com/music-search

                          'Can't Buy Me Love' should be up next.

                          As side note: 'Love Me Do' and 'P.S. I Love You' were never part of the ATV-deal, and MPL already owned those.  I think 'Please Please Me' and 'Ask Me Why' were also part of some other deal. 

                            nobodytoldme wrote:

                            Nice. The 1976 law. I see MPL is quickly updating it accordingly https://www.mplcommunications.com/music-search

                            'Can't Buy Me Love' should be up next.

                            As side note: 'Love Me Do' and 'P.S. I Love You' were never part of the ATV-deal, and MPL already owned those.  I think 'Please Please Me' and 'Ask Me Why' were also part of some other deal. 

                            Love Me Do and PS I Love You were owned by Ardmore Beechwood, later, Beechwood Music, both owned by EMI. MPL owned the copyrights since 1978.

                            Please Please Me, Ask Me Why: Richard James (not allowed to say the D-word) Music owned by Universal Music.

                            Lenono (Yoko, Julian and Sean) owned some of the early Lennon/McCartney songs because of John Lennon's death, before McCartney received ownership after 2018 of songs other than Love Me Do and PS I Love You.

                            other involvements were Gil Music, Duchess Music (Universal), Metric Music, UnArt Music (United Artists Music owned by EMI) and Len-Mac Enterprise.  The EMI ownership is Sony/ATV since 2009 after Michael Jackson's passing.

                            I'm waiting for ownership of "Yesterday."  14% is rubbish.

                              It is insane that we can't write the man's first name! It's D I C K! Like Mr. Cavett, Mr. Martin (Rowan & Martin), Mr. Clark, Mr. Butkus, Mr. Van Dyke, Mr. Cheney, Mr. York & Mr. Sargent (who both played Samantha's husband on Bewitched!), Mr. Smothers and MANY more! 

                              P.S. Keep up the good work jimmix!

                                jimmix wrote:

                                nobodytoldme wrote:

                                Nice. The 1976 law. I see MPL is quickly updating it accordingly https://www.mplcommunications.com/music-search

                                'Can't Buy Me Love' should be up next.

                                As side note: 'Love Me Do' and 'P.S. I Love You' were never part of the ATV-deal, and MPL already owned those.  I think 'Please Please Me' and 'Ask Me Why' were also part of some other deal. 

                                Love Me Do and PS I Love You were owned by Ardmore Beechwood, later, Beechwood Music, both owned by EMI. MPL owned the copyrights since 1978.

                                Please Please Me, Ask Me Why: Richard James (not allowed to say the D-word) Music owned by Universal Music.

                                Lenono (Yoko, Julian and Sean) owned some of the early Lennon/McCartney songs because of John Lennon's death, before McCartney received ownership after 2018 of songs other than Love Me Do and PS I Love You.

                                other involvements were Gil Music, Duchess Music (Universal), Metric Music, UnArt Music (United Artists Music owned by EMI) and Len-Mac Enterprise.  The EMI ownership is Sony/ATV since 2009 after Michael Jackson's passing.

                                I'm waiting for ownership of "Yesterday."  14% is rubbish.

                                Is Julian Lennon part of LENONO?

                                  nobodytoldme wrote:

                                  jimmix wrote:
                                  nobodytoldme wrote:

                                  Nice. The 1976 law. I see MPL is quickly updating it accordingly https://www.mplcommunications.com/music-search

                                  'Can't Buy Me Love' should be up next.

                                  As side note: 'Love Me Do' and 'P.S. I Love You' were never part of the ATV-deal, and MPL already owned those.  I think 'Please Please Me' and 'Ask Me Why' were also part of some other deal. 

                                  Love Me Do and PS I Love You were owned by Ardmore Beechwood, later, Beechwood Music, both owned by EMI. MPL owned the copyrights since 1978.

                                  Please Please Me, Ask Me Why: Richard James (not allowed to say the D-word) Music owned by Universal Music.

                                  Lenono (Yoko, Julian and Sean) owned some of the early Lennon/McCartney songs because of John Lennon's death, before McCartney received ownership after 2018 of songs other than Love Me Do and PS I Love You.

                                  other involvements were Gil Music, Duchess Music (Universal), Metric Music, UnArt Music (United Artists Music owned by EMI) and Len-Mac Enterprise.  The EMI ownership is Sony/ATV since 2009 after Michael Jackson's passing.

                                  I'm waiting for ownership of "Yesterday."  14% is rubbish.

                                  Is Julian Lennon part of LENONO?

                                  This says it's owned by John & Yoko, but since his death she inherited it and of course it will go to Sean when she dies. I doubt Julian will get a dime.

                                  https://www.discogs.com/label/269639-Lenono-Music

                                    Nancy R wrote:

                                    nobodytoldme wrote:
                                    jimmix wrote:
                                    nobodytoldme wrote:

                                    Nice. The 1976 law. I see MPL is quickly updating it accordingly https://www.mplcommunications.com/music-search

                                    'Can't Buy Me Love' should be up next.

                                    As side note: 'Love Me Do' and 'P.S. I Love You' were never part of the ATV-deal, and MPL already owned those.  I think 'Please Please Me' and 'Ask Me Why' were also part of some other deal. 

                                    Love Me Do and PS I Love You were owned by Ardmore Beechwood, later, Beechwood Music, both owned by EMI. MPL owned the copyrights since 1978.

                                    Please Please Me, Ask Me Why: Richard James (not allowed to say the D-word) Music owned by Universal Music.

                                    Lenono (Yoko, Julian and Sean) owned some of the early Lennon/McCartney songs because of John Lennon's death, before McCartney received ownership after 2018 of songs other than Love Me Do and PS I Love You.

                                    other involvements were Gil Music, Duchess Music (Universal), Metric Music, UnArt Music (United Artists Music owned by EMI) and Len-Mac Enterprise.  The EMI ownership is Sony/ATV since 2009 after Michael Jackson's passing.

                                    I'm waiting for ownership of "Yesterday."  14% is rubbish.

                                    Is Julian Lennon part of LENONO?

                                    This says it's owned by John & Yoko, but since his death she inherited it and of course it will go to Sean when she dies. I doubt Julian will get a dime.

                                    https://www.discogs.com/label/269639-Lenono-Music

                                    Surely there is a heart for a brother and stepson.  We don't really know, lets just hold a positive thought here. Julian has such good thoughts and really is his fathers son, from what I've read, when he was online more.  Imagine Love ❤ 

                                    Very exciting news about all of these songs jimmix !

                                      Nancy R wrote:

                                      nobodytoldme wrote:
                                      jimmix wrote:
                                      nobodytoldme wrote:

                                      Nice. The 1976 law. I see MPL is quickly updating it accordingly https://www.mplcommunications.com/music-search

                                      'Can't Buy Me Love' should be up next.

                                      As side note: 'Love Me Do' and 'P.S. I Love You' were never part of the ATV-deal, and MPL already owned those.  I think 'Please Please Me' and 'Ask Me Why' were also part of some other deal. 

                                      Love Me Do and PS I Love You were owned by Ardmore Beechwood, later, Beechwood Music, both owned by EMI. MPL owned the copyrights since 1978.

                                      Please Please Me, Ask Me Why: Richard James (not allowed to say the D-word) Music owned by Universal Music.

                                      Lenono (Yoko, Julian and Sean) owned some of the early Lennon/McCartney songs because of John Lennon's death, before McCartney received ownership after 2018 of songs other than Love Me Do and PS I Love You.

                                      other involvements were Gil Music, Duchess Music (Universal), Metric Music, UnArt Music (United Artists Music owned by EMI) and Len-Mac Enterprise.  The EMI ownership is Sony/ATV since 2009 after Michael Jackson's passing.

                                      I'm waiting for ownership of "Yesterday."  14% is rubbish.

                                      Is Julian Lennon part of LENONO?

                                      This says it's owned by John & Yoko, but since his death she inherited it and of course it will go to Sean when she dies. I doubt Julian will get a dime.

                                      https://www.discogs.com/label/269639-Lenono-Music

                                      Yeah, that's why. Yoko owns it all (as per Lennon's Will obviously), which means now Sean is calling the shots.

                                        love2travel wrote:

                                        Nancy R wrote:
                                        nobodytoldme wrote:
                                        jimmix wrote:
                                        nobodytoldme wrote:

                                        Nice. The 1976 law. I see MPL is quickly updating it accordingly https://www.mplcommunications.com/music-search

                                        'Can't Buy Me Love' should be up next.

                                        As side note: 'Love Me Do' and 'P.S. I Love You' were never part of the ATV-deal, and MPL already owned those.  I think 'Please Please Me' and 'Ask Me Why' were also part of some other deal. 

                                        Love Me Do and PS I Love You were owned by Ardmore Beechwood, later, Beechwood Music, both owned by EMI. MPL owned the copyrights since 1978.

                                        Please Please Me, Ask Me Why: Richard James (not allowed to say the D-word) Music owned by Universal Music.

                                        Lenono (Yoko, Julian and Sean) owned some of the early Lennon/McCartney songs because of John Lennon's death, before McCartney received ownership after 2018 of songs other than Love Me Do and PS I Love You.

                                        other involvements were Gil Music, Duchess Music (Universal), Metric Music, UnArt Music (United Artists Music owned by EMI) and Len-Mac Enterprise.  The EMI ownership is Sony/ATV since 2009 after Michael Jackson's passing.

                                        I'm waiting for ownership of "Yesterday."  14% is rubbish.

                                        Is Julian Lennon part of LENONO?

                                        This says it's owned by John & Yoko, but since his death she inherited it and of course it will go to Sean when she dies. I doubt Julian will get a dime.

                                        https://www.discogs.com/label/269639-Lenono-Music

                                        Surely there is a heart for a brother and stepson.  We don't really know, lets just hold a positive thought here. Julian has such good thoughts and really is his fathers son, from what I've read, when he was online more.  Imagine Love ❤ 

                                        Sorry to be a pessimist, but I really doubt it. Found this:

                                        Lennon was excluded from his father's will. However, a trust of £100,000 was created by his father to be shared between Julian and his half brother Sean.  Julian sued his father's estate and in 1996 reached a settlement agreement reportedly worth £20 million.

                                          nobodytoldme wrote:

                                          Nice. The 1976 law. I see MPL is quickly updating it accordingly https://www.mplcommunications.com/music-search

                                          'Can't Buy Me Love' should be up next.

                                          As side note: 'Love Me Do' and 'P.S. I Love You' were never part of the ATV-deal, and MPL already owned those.  I think 'Please Please Me' and 'Ask Me Why' were also part of some other deal. 

                                          Yes, as well as 'World Without Love' and 'You Can't Do That'.

                                            nobodytoldme wrote:

                                            jimmix wrote:
                                            nobodytoldme wrote:

                                            Nice. The 1976 law. I see MPL is quickly updating it accordingly https://www.mplcommunications.com/music-search

                                            'Can't Buy Me Love' should be up next.

                                            As side note: 'Love Me Do' and 'P.S. I Love You' were never part of the ATV-deal, and MPL already owned those.  I think 'Please Please Me' and 'Ask Me Why' were also part of some other deal. 

                                            Love Me Do and PS I Love You were owned by Ardmore Beechwood, later, Beechwood Music, both owned by EMI. MPL owned the copyrights since 1978.

                                            Please Please Me, Ask Me Why: Richard James (not allowed to say the D-word) Music owned by Universal Music.

                                            Lenono (Yoko, Julian and Sean) owned some of the early Lennon/McCartney songs because of John Lennon's death, before McCartney received ownership after 2018 of songs other than Love Me Do and PS I Love You.

                                            other involvements were Gil Music, Duchess Music (Universal), Metric Music, UnArt Music (United Artists Music owned by EMI) and Len-Mac Enterprise.  The EMI ownership is Sony/ATV since 2009 after Michael Jackson's passing.

                                            I'm waiting for ownership of "Yesterday."  14% is rubbish.

                                            Is Julian Lennon part of LENONO?

                                            Yes, with Sean and Yoko

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