heart | Reviewer: himanshu nahar | 2/21/12

Generally, we should think before we speak or act but sometimes we think so much that we fail to speak or act at all (paralysis by analysis) and allow that thinking to breed anxiety. This article will offer some advice to help you know when it is time to stop thinking and move on.

another overlooked and underrated McCartney classic | Reviewer: sBuddy Hebb | 11/17/09

Mozart apart, no other composeer in history possesses McCartney's genius. Lennon's melodies, In My Life, A Day In The Life, Girl, for example come close to equalling Hey Jude, Yesterday, Eleanor Rigby, Let It Be in melodic terms As the Beatles however their input was equal. The sheer creativity and innovation that saw the Beatles produce the equivalent of Shakespeare in musical terms will lend its legacy for as long as mankind exists. McCartney's Things We Said Today is another star track in the cosmic canon that has no musical equal.

Thoughtful tune | Reviewer: RocknRon | 3/16/08

No wonder so many artists get inspiration from these four lads,watching them play you could see how they made each other better,as for this song which keeps a simple but effective upbeat throughout,with lyrics most people can relate too.This is just one of many songs the Beatles wrote that have withstood the test of time,and still sound great today,Bravo to the fab four!!

One of the greats! | Reviewer: tripperdude | 10/18/07

Truly an inspirational tune invoking the almost deepest primal yearnings for love within all of us. Lennon & McCartney were truly geniuses (esp John), and still to this day far ahead of their time!

Things we said today | Reviewer: Anonymous | 9/28/06

DEEPLY ROMANTIC SONG EVOKING A TIME LONG AGO.
THIS YEAR BARBARA DICKSON HAS RECORDED AN ALBUM OF LENNON.MCCARTNEY SONGS
"NOTHINGS GONNA CHANGE MY WORLD",INCLUDED IS HER SUBLIME VERSION OF "THINGS
WE SAID TODAY".

Things We Said Today | Reviewer: barry parker | 6/3/06

Althugh not the biggest seller the Beatles ever had, this song is a gem and is by far my favorite of their recordings. It takes me to a place in the 1960's that I want to be "really bad".