You Like Me Too Much
- George Harrison – double-tracked lead vocal, harmony vocal, lead guitar
- John Lennon – acoustic rhythm guitar, electric piano
- Paul McCartney – bass, piano
- Ringo Starr – drums, tambourine
- George Martin – piano
You Like Me Too Much was written by George Harrison and recorded for the Help! album in 1965. It came out in the US on Beatles VI. Recording took place during a four-hour evening session on February 17, 1965. Eight takes were made. George's voice is double-tracked, and Paul's bass was overdubbed.
The introduction includes Paul and George Martin playing a four-hands piece on the same grand piano, together with electric piano parts played by Lennon. The acoustic piano part was fed through a Leslie (rotating) speaker. Perhaps because it was not judged as top-rate material, the song was not included in the Help! film soundtrack, and wound up on the other half of the album. The song is probably autobiographical, about Harrison's relationship with Pattie Boyd, whom he ultimately married. It was his third composition to be recorded for the Beatles. (Don't Bother Me and I Need You were the first two.)