flip side (def 1).
It was never released as a single but was a B-side to “Let Me Go, Rock ‘n’ Roll.”
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On the B-side was “Dive,” which became her favorite Nirvana song.
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But I actually preferred the B-side, “P.S. I Love You,” more than “Love Me Do.”
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Which was issued as the B-side to Peggy Sue Got Married in 1959.
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the less important side of a gramophone record Also called flip side
The second or other side of a phonograph record, of an issue, etc; flip side (1960s+)
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