Let It Be Me

Song composer(s)

Becaund, Gilbert / Delanoe, Pierre / Curtis, Mann

Grateful Dead Recordings

Not recorded by the Dead

Dead Related Recordings

No Dead related recordings entered

Other Recordings

Je T'Appartiens
Gilbert Becaund (195?)

Let It Be Me
Jill Corey & Jimmy Carroll (1957)
Single : Everly Brothers (1960)
Fabulous Style Of The Everly Brothers : Everly Brothers (1960
Rock-A-Ballads : Various Artists (Everly Brothers) (1960)
15 Everly Hits 15 : Everly Brothers (1962)
They're Delicious Together : Jerry Butler & Betty Everett (1964)
Castaway Strings Play The Andy Williams Song Book : Castaway Strings (1965)
Comfort Me : Carla Thomas (1966)
Arthur Prysock (1966)
Go Ahead And Cry : The Righteous Brothers (1966)
How Does That Grab You? : Nancy Sinatra (1966)
This Is Tom Jones : Tom Jones (1969)
Self Portrait : Bob Dylan (1970)
Original Greatest Hits : Everly Brothers (1970)
Let It Be Me : Jackie Edwards (1970)
Teardrops in the Rain : Johnny Nash (1972)
The History of the Everly Brothers : Everly Brothers (1973)
Subtle As A Flying Mallet : Dave Edmunds (1975)
The Everly Brothers' Greatest Hits, Volume 2 : Everly Brothers (1977)
Still Delicious Together : Jerry Butler & Betty Everett (1981)
Single : Bob Dylan (1981)
Song For You : Willie Nelson (1983)
Classic Everly Brothers (Box) : Everly Brothers (1992)
Walk A Mile In My Shoes - The Essential 70's Masters : Elvis Presley (1995)


DeadBase includes this song in the set list for 6/11/69 California Hall, San Francisco. The list was provided by a Bay Area deadhead who attended the show and kept a list. It is thought that no tapes of the show exist. Therefore it is likely that there is no recorded example of the Dead playing this song.

Original song Je T'Appartiens by Becaund and Delanoe. English lyrics by Curtis. English version first performed in US TV show Climax (195?).

Recorded by Bob Dylan for Self Portrait on 24th or 26th April 1969. Dylan also recorded the song in May 1981 during the Shot of Love sessions - a version that was only released as a single.