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The Beatles She's a woman was mainly one of Paul's songs. He wrote the lyrics whilst in the studio and sang it in the style of Little Richard. Lennon chipped in a few phrases and worked on the middle section of the song. The Beatles wrote this song especially for their live acts.
The lyrics of she's a women are the first Beatles song that contains references to drugs, with the phrase 'turn me on', being a drug reference as opposed to a sexual one. The naiveity of the censorship board meant that the song did not get banned.
Other than it's drug references She's a women is probably a typical Paul song in which he sings of a woman being totally devoted to him, and he not really caring that much, he had written a similar theme many times before including songs such as the Beatles I'll follow the sun.