“Enthralling Rendition: Gerry & The Pacemakers Perform “How Do You Do It””

“How Do You Do It” is a song recorded by Gerry and the Pacemakers, released in 1963. The song was written by Mitch Murray and became the band’s debut single.

“How Do You Do It” is an upbeat and catchy pop song featuring the band’s harmonious vocals and a lively musical arrangement. The lyrics express the excitement and joy of falling in love for the first time, capturing the innocence and enthusiasm of youthful romance.

Upon its release, “How Do You Do It” became an instant hit, reaching the number one spot on the UK Singles Chart. The song’s infectious melody and charming lyrics resonated with audiences, making it one of Gerry and the Pacemakers’ most successful songs.

The success of “How Do You Do It” helped establish Gerry and the Pacemakers as one of the leading bands of the British Invasion alongside The Beatles, further solidifying their place in the history of 1960s pop music.

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