"Tell Me Why" is a song by The Beatles from their UK album A Hard Day's Night and US album Something New. Credited to Lennon & Mc Cartney, it was written by John Lennon in either Paris or New YorkBill Harry, The Ultimate Beatles Encyclopedia, p. 467; Ian MacDonald, Revolution in the Head, p. 98., it was completed in only eight takes on Thursday, 27 February 1964, at Abbey Road Studios, London.
"Tell Me Why" is a popular song.
Tell Me Why is the dÃ©but album by country music artist Jann Browne. Three singles from the album rose to positions on the Billboard Country Singles charts: "You Ain't Down Home" at #19, "Tell Me Why" at #18, and "Louisville" at #75. Also featured on the album is "I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know," a duet with veteran rockabilly artist Wanda Jackson.
"Tell Me Why" was listed as the second single to be lifted from Spice Girls' album Forever. However due to poor sales of Forever, the single was later cancelled. Promotional singles had already been circulating throughout Europe and Australia and other countries.
Tell Me Why is a popular Dance/House song produced by part of the so-called "Swedish House Mafia" - DJs Steve Angello and Axwell, under the alias Supermode (originally called Supermongo).
"Tell Me Why (The Riddle)" was a single released by Paul van Dyk in collaboration with the English indie dance band Saint Etienne, with Sarah Cracknell of the group on vocals. A music video was made along with the song that can be found on the Global DVD.
"Tell Me Why" is the first track on Neil Young's album After the Goldrush. It was written by Young.
Tell Me Why, is a hip-hop genre song from Will Smith's 2005 album 'Lost & Found'. The song features grammy winning R&B singer Mary J Blige. It focuses primarily on the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center, but then goes on to focus on other ills in society such as the Catholic Priest sexual abuse Scandal.