Love You To
- George Harrison – multi-tracked lead vocals, acoustic guitar, fuzz electric guitar, bass, sitar
- Paul McCartney – backing vocal
- Ringo Starr – tambourine
- Anil Bhagwat – tabla
Love You To was written by George Harrison when he was being strongly influenced by Indian music and culture. Love You To is accompanied by instruments from the north of India: A tambura, which provides the drone, a sitar for string accompaniment, a tabla and hand drums. Popular music critics have identified this song as the first pop song to adopt a non-Western musical form, either in composition or in instrumentation. At the time, Harrison was learning to play the sitar with no less a teacher than virtuoso Ravi Shankar. The working title of the song was "Granny Smith," the name of a species of apple. This was because George hardly ever came up with titles for the songs he wrote. On the recorded track, Ringo is the only Beatle to appear or be heard other than George. Lennon was absent, and Paul's backing vocals were not used in the final mix. George played the electric guitar, the sitar, and double-tracked his lead vocal.