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The Beatles Hard Days Night Titles - T-shirt
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The Beatles 1964 Hard Days Night T-shirt. The print is on 100% soft combed cotton with a classic unisex fit. Printed in the UK.
The Beatles recorded the title track of their third album and first feature film A Hard Day's Night on the 16 April, 1964.
“Usually, John and I would sit down and if we thought of something we'd write a song about it. But Walter Shenson asked John and me if we'd write a song specially for the opening and closing credits. We thought about it and it seemed a bit ridiculous writing a song called A Hard Day's Night – it sounded funny at the time, but after a bit we got the idea of saying it had been a hard day's night and we'd been working all the days, and get back to a girl and everything's fine... And we turned it into one of those songs.” – Paul McCartney on writing A Hard Day’s Night.
The song had been written in haste by John Lennon, shortly after the title of the film was decided upon. The phrase had been coined by Ringo Starr, and had previously appeared in Lennon's first book In His Own Write.
Cool wash (30 degrees), do not tumble dry, line dry instead and only iron when necessary. Turn garment inside out prior to washing to maintain any decoration. Do not iron any decoration.
Chest in cm (underarm to underarm, one side only) S-47, S - 50, M - 53, L - 56, XL - 60 Length in cm (highest shoulder point to hem) XS - 68, S - 70, M - 72, L - 74, XL - 76