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"She may come, I know not when, but when she does I lose, so baby until then, lock me away."

 Hosts Richard Gottehrer and Allison Zatarain travel back to 1964 for "A World Without Love," a Peter and Gordon song written by one of the Beatles! They share the original track as well as the new version sung woman to woman by UK artist Lola Coca. Allison talks to Lola in London about living in a time where "empowered women are more accepted, and the importance of dedicating a space to it without labels." Resident musicologist Richard Barone tells Richard G. why the track wasn't "good enough for The Beatles," and how it went on to become a number 1 hit.


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