I'd Have You Anytime
George Harrison
I'd Have You Anytime

In 1968, Bob Dylan invited George and Pattie Harrison to his house, to spend Thanksgiving with the Dylans. George and Bob had met each other before; but this time, Bob seemed shy, withdrawn.

Then, on the third day, both artists grabbed their guitars, and started to jam and improvise a song. The result was I’d Have You Anytime, that opens George Harrison’s masterpiece All Things Must Pass. 

Also, after this song was sung for the first time, Bob Dylan was finally able to relax and relate to George.

Let me in here
I know I’ve been here
Let me into your heart
Let me know you
Let me show you
Let me grown upon you