The lyrics of “Falling in Love” were written by former Beatles guitarist Paul McCartney and lead singer John Lennon.
The song was recorded during the Beatles’ “Dark Side of the Moon” tour in 1968, and the song was the subject of a song that McCartney recorded with his wife, Cynthia Lennon, in 1969, which he released as a solo album in 1972.
The lyrics to “Falls in Love,” the lead single from the album, are one of the most popular lyrics to hit the charts.
McCartney and Lennon wrote the song about the drug use that often plagued them during the early days of their relationship, as well as their own drug-related issues.
The track, which was released in 1969 and is considered one of McCartney’s best songs, is a raucous, rock-a-bye song about falling in love and the drugs that often consumed them.
The Beatles performed the song on their 1965 U.S. tour, and their last performance of the song, which had a crowd of 3,000, was on Feb. 15, 1966, at Madison Square Garden.
“FALLING IN LOVE” The Beatles are not the only rock stars who wrote lyrics about their drug problems.
The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Bruce Springsteen and Pearl Jam are among the artists to have written lyrics about the effects of drug use during their careers.
In one of their songs, “I Want to Know What Love Is,” lead singer Bob Dylan said, “There are those who use cocaine/I want to know what it’s like/But you know, the truth is, I don’t need it/I’m not addicted/I’ve never had to take it/And I know I don/I know I wouldn’t want it.”
The lyrics in this case were not a direct reference to cocaine, but rather to his drug use, as he was using it for personal purposes.