On of the Turtles' last big hits, "You Showed Me" has a long and illustrious history. Written by Gene Clark and Roger McGuinn, it was one of the early songs in the Byrds canon, although not released until 1969's Preflyte. The beauty of the melody and romantic sincerity of the message impressed producer Chip Douglas, who played it for the band in his home studio. Due to a broken bellow on his harmonium, he could only play it at a very slow tempo, and this is exactly how you hear it on the finished record. The moody, almost spooky arrangement and production gave the Turtles a Top Ten hit, and its main hook is a subtly rising and falling string section. In the late '90s, U2 sampled it for their "Playboy Mansion" on Pop, providing the writers with a healthy royalty check, although the arrangement is what should have received the kudos, as it had nothing to due with the melody: U2 only sampled the string hook.