See My Way (Roger Daltrey) TRO-Essex Music, Inc. (ASCAP)

From the A Quick One liner notes by Chris Charleworth with additions by Brian Cady:

 

Recorded at Pete's Wardour Street, London flat as a four-track demo Sept. 1966 with later overdubs done at IBC Studios, London.

Roger was insistent that Keith play like Jerry Allison, Buddy Holly and the Crickets' drummer, on this track, but after he dampened his drums as far as they would go, Roger still wasn't satisfied with the sound. Eventually Keith and John went outside and found some cardboard boxes to drum on.

The only track from the original British LP that has not been released elsewhere in true stereo.

Some way, some day, I'll find a way
To make you see my way

Even if you don't think like I do
You know that it's true
It's your mind that I seek

Tried so hard to make me think my point of view was bad
Although at times when you kept on I thought that I was mad

I'm glad it's goodbye
You don't have to ask why
Come back another day
Come back when you see my way
You see my way

Tried so hard to make me think my point of view was bad
Although at times when you kept on I thought that I was mad

Some way, some day, I'll find a way
To make you see my way

I'm glad it's goodbye
You don't have to ask why
Come back another day
Come back when you see my way
You see my way
You see my way

This song appears on:

Source Length notes
A Quick One 1:53
Happy Jack 1:53
A Quick One - CD Reissue 1:53
The BBC Sessions 1:50
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