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The Beatles



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5 stars You know Lennon writes his emotions then condenses them to a single emotive phrase if possible. HELP! is the perfect writing lesson here: Won't you please help me, help me, help ME All throughout the album John, George and Ringo are signing Down Songs for example JOHN 'I think i'm gonna be sad' "I can see them laugh at me" "help me if you can I'm feeling down" GEORGE "you don't realize how much I need you" "I'm lonely as can be" "cuz I could'nt really stand it I'd admit that I was wrong" RINGO "then you'll plainly see...the biggest fool that ever hit the big time" but PAUL, here we go...

The guy is totally out in left field. Happy As Can Be. And besides, I Ain't no FOOL and I don't take what I don't want for I have got.....(John says "yeah, yeah, you'll lose that girl and I'll have her by morning" or how about Paul's new vision "I've just seen a face I can't forget the time or place" 'but as it is I'll dream of her tonight la la la" BUT!!! When Paul is singing "falling, yes I am falling" he's really FALLING Hard and he does'nt know it Then Paul wakes up one day alone. The Greatest Beatle song is Selected By Lennon To Help Paul With His Immature Approach To Songwriting And there it is, "Yesterday" Paul CRASHES to earth and becomes like the rest of his bandmates, sober . Now John says Finally Some Real Emotion-- LOSS!!! hello its awesome Mr. McCartney doesn't even Have a clue as to why. " I don't know she would'nt say" excuse me mate but I just heard James Paul say "I Don't know" Lennon says that'll do just fine Of Course I grew up with the Shredded Capitol version of HELP! and it's soundtrack What a bunck of REAL IDIOTS to mess with one of the greatest setups (musically) of all-time From "Tell Me What You See" to "I've Just Seen A Face" to "Yesterday"

Heck, I thought Rubber Soul Started with "I've Just Seen A Face" Love To All yoko too

halabalushindigus | 5/5 |


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